The network buffer handling is designed to make life easy when it comes to handling ISO-layered communications. By this we're thinking about communications structures that are hierarchically organized.
The idea is that network buffer structures are allocated every time a new packet is either received or ready for sending. The various fields of the network buffer are then handled by matching layers within the appropriate protocol stack.
Linked list of NETBUF structures:
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