> There is a use for an optimized socket->socket transfer - proxying
> high speed TCP connections. It would be exciting if the zerocopy
> networking framework led to a decent socket->socket transfer.
if you are proxying connextions you should really be looking at what data
you pass through your proxy.
now replay proxying with routing and I would agree with you (but I'll bet
this is handled in the kernel IP stack anyway)
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