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Old 08-17-2003, 08:40 AM   #1
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routing at kernel level

hi there
i m new to routing in linux. i want to know whether there is any part of the networking that is done in user level. i know routed works in userlevel and is able to change kernel level tables.
also where can i find the routed program. where is its source code. is it in kernel source.
can any one give me some tutorial/book links for routing in linux

hoping for some help


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