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SubjectRe: Networking with slow CPUs
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Robert Schwebel wrote:
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> Is there a possibility to "harden" a small machine (33 MHz embedded
> device) against e.g. flood pings from the outside world?

It *is* bleeding edge, as someone else pointed out, but you should
really investigate NAPI. It's designed to make Linux resiliant against
non-flow-controlled network loads like routing, which sounds like
just the ticket.
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Peter Desnoyers
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