Manual Reference Pages - EDSC (4)
- Ethernet discard network interface
.Cd device edsc
interface is a software discard mechanism which may be
used for performance analysis and software testing.
It imitates an Ethernet device, which
allows for its use in conjunction with such drivers as
As with other network interfaces, an
interface must have network addresses assigned for each address family
with which it is to be used.
These addresses may be set or changed with the
interface is created at runtime using interface cloning.
This is most easily done with the
command or using the
device was derived from the
device and first appeared in
.Fx 6.3 .
This manpage was adapted from
Since outgoing packets are just discarded by
ARP requests stay unreplied.
Consequently, an IP packet cannot be sent via
until a static
entry is created for its next hop using
interface has a zero link level address.
It can be changed with
Visit the GSP FreeBSD Man Page Interface.
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