Introduction For a long while, we’ve known that forwarding traffic using traditional kernel networking stack such as the Linux/BSD one won’t cut it if you’re intending to do high-performance packet forwarding. As such, from looking into solutions, it turns out that Intel’s DPDK framework for fast x86 forwarding has received considerable work since the last time I looked at...
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