To query support for large segment (or send) offload, the framework sends MAC_CAPAB_LSO in the cap argument and expects the information back in cap_data, which points to a mac_capab_lso(9S) structure. The framework allocates the mac_capab_lso structure and passes a pointer to this structure in cap_data. The mac_capab_lso structure consists of an lso_basic_tcp_ipv4(9S) structure and an lso_flags member. If the driver instance supports LSO for TCP on IPv4, set the LSO_TX_BASIC_TCP_IPV4 flag in lso_flags and set the lso_max member of the lso_basic_tcp_ipv4 structure to the maximum payload size supported by the driver instance.
Use mac_lso_get(9F) to obtain per-packet LSO metadata. If LSO is enabled for this packet, the HW_LSO flag is set in the mac_lso_get() flags argument. The maximum segment size (MSS) to be used during segmentation of the large segment is returned through the location pointed to by the mss argument. See Large Segment Offload for more information.