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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] nf-hipac v0.8 released

>>Apart from that Roberto Nibali did some preliminary testing on nf-hipac.
>>You can find his posting to linux-kernel here:
>>Since there are currently no performance tests available for the
>>new release we want to encourage people interested in firewall
>>performance evaluation to include nf-hipac in their tests.
> Yes, I had missed this when I quickly looked at the web page using lynx.
> Thanks.
> One obvious thing that's missing in your performance and Roberto's figures
> is what *exactly* are the non-matching rules. Ie. do they only match IP
> address, a TCP port, or what? (TCP port matching is about a degree of
> complexity more expensive with iptables, I recall.)

When I did the tests I used a variant of following simple script [1].

There you can see that I only used a src port range. In an original
paper I wrote for my company (announced here [2]) I did create rules
that only matched IP addresses, the results were bad enough ;).

Meanwhile I should revise the paper as quite a few things have been
addressed since then: For example the performance issues with OpenBSD
packet filtering have mostly been squashed. I didn't continue on that
matter because I fell severely ill last autumn and first had to take
care of that.


HTH and Best regards,
Roberto Nibali, ratz
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