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:ref:`Figure 1.Packet Flow <figure_1>`
:ref:`Figure 2.Kernel NIC Application Packet Flow <figure_2>`
:ref:`Figure 3.Performance Benchmark Setup (Basic Environment) <figure_3>`
:ref:`Figure 4.Performance Benchmark Setup (Virtualized Environment) <figure_4>`
:ref:`Figure 5.Load Balancer Application Architecture <figure_5>`
:ref:`Figure 5.Example Rules File <figure_5_1>`
:ref:`Figure 6.Example Data Flow in a Symmetric Multi-process Application <figure_6>`
:ref:`Figure 7.Example Data Flow in a Client-Server Symmetric Multi-process Application <figure_7>`
:ref:`Figure 8.Master-slave Process Workflow <figure_8>`
:ref:`Figure 9.Slave Process Recovery Process Flow <figure_9>`
:ref:`Figure 10.QoS Scheduler Application Architecture <figure_10>`
:ref:`Figure 11.Intel®QuickAssist Technology Application Block Diagram <figure_11>`
:ref:`Figure 12.Pipeline Overview <figure_12>`
:ref:`Figure 13.Ring-based Processing Pipeline Performance Setup <figure_13>`
:ref:`Figure 14.Threads and Pipelines <figure_14>`
:ref:`Figure 15.Packet Flow Through the VMDQ and DCB Sample Application <figure_15>`
:ref:`Figure 16.QEMU Virtio-net (prior to vhost-net) <figure_16>`
:ref:`Figure 17.Virtio with Linux* Kernel Vhost <figure_17>`
:ref:`Figure 18.Vhost-net Architectural Overview <figure_18>`
:ref:`Figure 19.Packet Flow Through the vhost-net Sample Application <figure_19>`
:ref:`Figure 20.Packet Flow on TX in DPDK-testpmd <figure_20>`
:ref:`Figure 21.Test Pipeline Application <figure_21>`
:ref:`Table 1.Output Traffic Marking <table_1>`
:ref:`Table 2.Entity Types <table_2>`
:ref:`Table 3.Table Types <table_3>`