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force_local_traffic_through_external_ethernet_cable_by_using_ip_namespaces [10.02.2018 10:45]
Pascal Suter
force_local_traffic_through_external_ethernet_cable_by_using_ip_namespaces [10.02.2018 10:45]
Pascal Suter
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-====== force local traffic through external ethernet cable by using ip namespaces======+====== force local traffic through external ethernet cable by using ip namespaces ======
 lets say you want to run some performance benchmarks between two local network interfaces on a linux machine. if you assign an ip address to each of them and then run your benchmarks, your traffic will not go ghrough the cable but will be routed locally. It does not help to specify a listening interface or anything, you can also play with routes etc. you traffic will still be routed locally. ​ lets say you want to run some performance benchmarks between two local network interfaces on a linux machine. if you assign an ip address to each of them and then run your benchmarks, your traffic will not go ghrough the cable but will be routed locally. It does not help to specify a listening interface or anything, you can also play with routes etc. you traffic will still be routed locally. ​