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Thanks for the link :) this one seems pretty much like what I was looking for, with Vxlan encapsulation, will bother you if i face issues on running the script they have there. Looks like couple of years old since the last contribution to that git page: https://github.com/iovisor/bcc/tree/master/examples/networking/tunnel_monitor
ebpf-go is a pure-Go library to read, modify and load eBPF programs and attach them to various hooks in the Linux kernel.
Hey there! Of course. There are a few good examples here and here. Yes, they're specific tools (which I, by the way, do recommend), but you can have a look at the BPF code here as well.
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