TSO/GSO/GRO offloads are very problematic, and needed on lower end hardware to forward at gigabit rates. However they bulk up packets when handed to an aqm/fq algorithm in ways that make them malfunction. Turning them off universally is what we used to do, but this is a bad idea when other devices are present (e.g. ubnt edgerouter) that need the gro stuff on. This commit makes cake peel apart tso/gso/gro "packets" back into being packets again.
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|devel/libasio||Add libasio for testing|
|ipv6||ipv6policy: add Dave's name to the maintainer line|
|lang||pyutil: update to 1.9.7|
|libs/libsodium||libsodium: add libsodium, a p(ortable|ackageable) NaCl-based crypto l…|
|luci||luci-app-sqm: add cake support|
|net||cake: Add GSO peeling support to deal better with offloads|
|utils||remove old patch|
|README||Increased package list in cerowrt.|
Package Repository for the CeroWrt project This is a place to quickly spin up new packages for the CeroWrt, Uberwrt, ISCWrt, and Bismark projects. It will (one day) include: bind-latest dhcp-latest uftpd gnugol libjansson (pre-req for gnugol) nuttcp etc.