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The Linux Networking Stack

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In this talk, we will embark on an exciting journey through the Linux kernel internals to see how the operating system supports communication between systems.

We will start with a high-level overview of the networking stack and describe how it relates to the OSI model. We will examine the flow of control on both the sender and receiver side, with emphasis on the TCP /IP protocol suite. Last, we will describe how we can shape the traffic on the network and show some choices of queueing disciplines.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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