red - A fast, in-kernel, ad-hoc point-to-point vxlan network.

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A fast, in-kernel, ad-hoc point-to-point vxlan network. This project interacts with redd to build virtual networks. The redd project is the daemon that interacts with the kernel's vxlan module. This project is the command-line utility used to interact with redd. Add ip to the vxlan interface. Must specify with the cidr (192.168.0.1/24).

https://github.com/nanopack/red

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