[Haifux] [HAIFUX Lecture] Advanced Linux Kernel Networking - Neighboring Subsystem; IPSec by Rami Rosen

Leon Romanovsky leon at leon.nu
Fri Jan 4 17:36:01 MSK 2008

Hi All,
This time we will try new way suggested by security.
At the start of the week I'll fax our schedule for the coming month.
And everyone will be allowed to entry with their vehicles to our
lectures without any registration.

Please follow up mails. (I'll post announcement about it this Sunday

Orr Dunkelman wrote:
> Next Monday, 7th of Janaury, at 18:30 the Haifa Linux Club, will gather to
> Rami Rosen's lecture about
>               Advanced Linux Kernel Networking - Neighboring Subsystem; IPSec
> Abstract:
>     * We will deal with arp table and arp cache,
>     * Reachability and Network Unreachability Detection,
>     * Reachability states (NUD_REACHABLE , NUD_NONE or NUD_FAILED, and more)
>     * Garbage collection with the Neighboring Subsystem.
>     * Interaction between Linux Kernel Routing Subsystem and Linux
>     * Kernel Neighboring Subsystem.
>     * IPsec - tunnels and encryption , xfrm API , IPsec flow cache.
> ======================================================
> We meet in Taub building, room 6 (note the change of place!). For
> location information see:
> http://www.haifux.org/where.html
> Attendance is free, and you are all invited!
> ======================================================
> Vehicle entry permit form will be available on Leon's website at
> http://www.leon.nu/form/
> Please register there.
> P.S. We DON'T keep a sensitive information, and delete the
> registration details right after lecture, so it's very important to
> register again for EVERY coming lecture.
> ======================================================
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Leon Romanovsky
"Change is inevitable; progress is optional".

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