Re: [RFC v4] Add TCP encap_rcv hook (repost)

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From: Jesse Gross <jesse@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 13:08:49 -0700

> Assuming that the TCP stack generates large TSO frames on transmit
> (which could be the local stack; something sent by a VM; or packets
> received, coalesced by GRO and then encapsulated by STT) then you can
> just prepend the STT header (possibly slightly adjusting things like
> requested MSS, number of segments, etc. slightly).  After that it's
> possible to just output the resulting frame through the IP stack like
> all tunnels do today.

Which seems to potentially suggest a stronger intergration of the STT
tunnel transmit path into our IP stack rather than the approach Simon
is taking
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