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Re: Hurd as router/NAT

Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de> writes:

> The routing capabilities of the Linux IP stack are not exported in the
> current pfinet.  If you want to develop a clean RPC interface for routing,
> which can then be implemented with the Linux back end, that would make a
> nice project.

It's OK if it just does the Linux interface, but I'd note that there
are really only like three programs at most that need to use the
interface, so it's fine if it's just something different.  (In which
case, you would want to provide the right hooks for route, netstat,
and gated.)

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