tc-skbedit(8) — Linux manual page

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | SEE ALSO | COLOPHON

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NAME         top

       skbedit - SKB editing action

SYNOPSIS         top

       tc ... action skbedit [ queue_mapping QUEUE_MAPPING ] [ priority
               PRIORITY ] [ mark MARK[/MASK] ] [ ptype PTYPE ] [
               inheritdsfield ]

DESCRIPTION         top

       The skbedit action allows to change a packet's associated meta
       data. It complements the pedit action, which in turn allows to
       change parts of the packet data itself.

       The most unique feature of skbedit is its ability to decide over
       which queue of an interface with multiple transmit queues the
       packet is to be sent out. The number of available transmit queues
       is reflected by sysfs entries within
       /sys/class/net/<interface>/queues with name tx-N (where N is the
       actual queue number).

OPTIONS         top

       queue_mapping QUEUE_MAPPING
              Override the packet's transmit queue. Useful when applied
              to packets transmitted over MQ-capable network interfaces.
              QUEUE_MAPPING is an unsigned 16bit value in decimal
              format.

       priority PRIORITY
              Override the packet classification decision.  PRIORITY is
              either root, none or a hexadecimal major class ID
              optionally followed by a colon (:) and a hexadecimal minor
              class ID.

       mark MARK[/MASK]
              Change the packet's firewall mark value.  MARK is an
              unsigned 32bit value in automatically detected format
              (i.e., prefix with '0x' for hexadecimal interpretation,
              etc.).  MASK defines the 32-bit mask selecting bits of
              mark value. Default is 0xffffffff.

       ptype PTYPE
              Override the packet's type. Useful for setting packet type
              to host when needing to allow ingressing packets with the
              wrong MAC address but correct IP address.  PTYPE is one
              of: host, otherhost, broadcast, multicast

       inheritdsfield
              Override the packet classification decision, and any value
              specified with priority, using the information stored in
              the Differentiated Services Field of the IPv6/IPv4 header
              (RFC2474).

SEE ALSO         top

       tc(8), tc-pedit(8)

COLOPHON         top

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iproute2                       12 Jan 2015   SKB editing action in tc(8)

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