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SubjectRe: [openib-general] [PATCH v2 04/13] Connection Manager

If you require more details on how this all works - it was fully explored
in the IETF RDDP workgroup - may I suggest a reading of the RDMA Security
Considerations draft which goes through many of the issues on how one
relates to a host stack. This complements the MPA spec and supports much
of what Steve has already responded to during this string of e-mails. We
took a great deal of time and debate to insure this can work efficiently
and without confusion in terms of who owns what and when.

Mike



At 10:09 AM 12/5/2006, Evgeniy Polyakov wrote:
>On Tue, Dec 05, 2006 at 11:51:40AM -0600, Steve Wise
>(swise@opengridcomputing.com) wrote:
> > > Almost - except the case about where those skbs are coming from?
> > > It looks like they are obtained from network, since it is ethernet
> > > driver, and if they match some set of rules, they are considered as
> valid
> > > MPA negotiation protocol.
> >
> > They come from the Ethernet driver, but that driver manages multiple HW
> > queues and these packets come from an offload queue, not the NIC queue.
> > So the HW demultiplexes.
>
>Ok, thanks for explaination.
>
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> Evgeniy Polyakov
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