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Date:   Thu, 30 May 2019 10:38:47 -0700
From:   Stephen Hemminger <stephen@...workplumber.org>
To:     Kevin 'ldir' Darbyshire-Bryant <ldir@...byshire-bryant.me.uk>
Cc:     "netdev@...r.kernel.org" <netdev@...r.kernel.org>
Subject: Re: [RFC PATCH iproute2-next 1/1] tc: add support for act ctinfo

On Thu, 30 May 2019 16:43:20 +0000
Kevin 'ldir' Darbyshire-Bryant <ldir@...byshire-bryant.me.uk> wrote:

> ctinfo is an action restoring data stored in conntrack marks to various
> fields.  At present it has two independent modes of operation,
> restoration of DSCP into IPv4/v6 diffserv and restoration of conntrack
> marks into packet skb marks.
> 
> It understands a number of parameters specific to this action in
> additional to the usual action syntax.  Each operating mode is
> independent of the other so all options are err, optional, however not
> specifying at least one mode is a bit pointless.
> 
> Usage: ... ctinfo [dscp mask[/statemask]] [cpmark [mask]] [zone ZONE] [CONTROL] [index <INDEX>]\n"
> 
> DSCP mode
> 
> dscp enables copying of a DSCP store in the conntrack mark into the
> ipv4/v6 diffserv field.  The mask is a 32bit field and specifies where
> in the conntrack mark the DSCP value is stored.  It must be 6 contiguous
> bits long, e.g. 0xfc000000 would restore the DSCP from the upper 6 bits
> of the conntrack mark.
> 
> The DSCP copying may be optionally controlled by a statemask.  The
> statemask is a 32bit field, usually with a single bit set and must not
> overlap the dscp mask.  The DSCP restore operation will only take place
> if the corresponding bit/s in conntrack mark yield a non zero result.
> 
> eg. dscp 0xfc000000/0x01000000 would retrieve the DSCP from the top 6
> bits, whilst using bit 25 as a flag to do so.  Bit 26 is unused in this
> example.
> 
> CPMARK mode
> 
> cpmark enables copying of the conntrack mark to the packet skb mark.  In
> this mode it is completely equivalent to the existing act_connmark.
> Additional functionality is provided by the optional mask parameter,
> whereby the stored conntrack mark is logically anded with the cpmark
> mask before being stored into skb mark.  This allows shared usage of the
> conntrack mark between applications.
> 
> eg. cpmark 0x00ffffff would restore only the lower 24 bits of the
> conntrack mark, thus may be useful in the event that the upper 8 bits
> are used by the DSCP function.
> 
> Usage: ... ctinfo [dscp mask[/statemask]] [cpmark [mask]] [zone ZONE] [CONTROL] [index <INDEX>]
> where :
> 	dscp MASK is the bitmask to restore DSCP
> 	     STATEMASK is the bitmask to determine conditional restoring
> 	cpmark MASK mask applied to restored packet mark
> 	ZONE is the conntrack zone
> 	CONTROL := reclassify | pipe | drop | continue | ok | goto chain <CHAIN_INDEX>
> 
> Signed-off-by: Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant <ldir@...byshire-bryant.me.uk>


Your patch is mangled by your mail system, it has DOS line endings etc.

Run checkpatch please.




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