Pull networking fixes from David Miller:
1) TCP can chop up SACK'd SKBs below below the unacked send sequence and
that breaks lots of stuff. Fix from Neal Cardwell.
2) There is code in ipv6 to properly join and leave the all-routers
multicast code when the forwarding setting is changed, but once
forwarding is turned on, we don't do the join for newly registered
devices. Fix from Li Wei.
3) Netfilter's NAT module autoload in ctnetlink drops a spinlock around
a sleeping call, problem is this code path doesn't actually hold that
lock. Fix from Pablo Neira Ayuso.
4) TG3 uses the wrong interfaces to hook into the new byte queue limit
support. It uses the device level interfaces, which is fine for
single queue devices, but on more recent chips this driver supports
multiqueue so we have to use the multiqueue BQL APIs. Fix from Tom
5) r8169 resume fix from Francois Romieu.
6) Add some cxgb4 device IDs, from Vipul Pandya.
IPv6: Fix not join all-router mcast group when forwarding set.
caif-hsi: Set default MTU to 4096
cxgb4vf: Add support for Chelsio's T480-CR and T440-LP-CR adapters
cxgb4: Add support for Chelsio's T480-CR and T440-LP-CR adapters
mlx4_core: remove buggy sched_queue masking
netfilter: nf_conntrack: fix early_drop with reliable event delivery
bridge: netfilter: don't call iptables on vlan packets if sysctl is off
netfilter: bridge: fix wrong pointer dereference
netfilter: ctnetlink: remove incorrect spin_[un]lock_bh on NAT module autoload
netfilter: ebtables: fix wrong name length while copying to user-space
r8169: runtime resume before shutdown.
tcp: fix tcp_shift_skb_data() to not shift SACKed data below snd_una
tg3: Fix to use multi queue BQL interfaces