Subject: Re: why doesn't NetBSD support bridge in kernel?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Markus A. Boeing <email@example.com>
Date: 07/05/2001 09:46:28
Well, probably bridging is the most basic network function. Probably it is=
the least desirable network function as well. If you're going to build=20
large networks that scale well and provide rich functionality, you're=20
better of using IP routing function instead of bridging technology.
At 10:12 02.07.2001, suxm wrote:
>It is too strange that NetBSD doesn't support bridge in kernel.
>I think it is the basic network function.
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