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What happened to my vlan?
Contributed by rueda on Wed Feb 22 08:54:42 2017 (GMT)
from the one-step-back-for-two-steps-forward dept.

Hrvoje Popovski kindly wrote in to point out that Martin Pieuchot (mpi@) has written a piece entitled What happened to my vlan?.

The piece begins:

A long term goal of the effort I'm driving to unlock OpenBSD's Network Stack is obviously to increase performances. So I'd understand that you find confusing when some of our changes introduce performance regressions.

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