Currently, it seems windows only has support for Toeplitz hash function. NdisHashFunctionToeplitz is indicated as hash function.
Above link mentions the same, and has reserved the fields for other hash functions. So, the questions is, do we know if Windows plans to support more RSS hash functions for miniport drivers? Or are they already supported (any docs pointing to this)?
Toeplitz, though good enough, is very computational intensive. So, wanted to see if we can use a cheaper hash function to perform RSS?
Another question is: Even if other algorithm is used to perform RSS, will windows complain about it (as windows expects Toeplitz to be used)?
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