…ader and the routing header, based on rfc2292bis-02. this part was disabled when merging a recent mip6 patch from ericsson, without much consideration about the rationale. Actually, disabling this part just for MIP6 convenience is a bad idea (or at least not a good idea). We need to think carefully about a way to make the advanced API coexist with MIP6 options.
to meet with RFC1573 ifLastChange. sync with openbsd-current.
don't forget to compile before commiting > me
- add new types and codes defined in RFC3122(Inverse NDP). they will be renamed when defined in 2292bis. - duplicated KAME local types and codes are renumberd
renamed when defined in 2292bis. - duplicated KAME local types and codes are renumberd
to meet with RFC1573 ifLastChange. sync with netbsd-current.
sync with netbsd-current
I/F list due to a lack of NEW_STRUCT_ROUTE macro.
from myself, if the interface is !IFF_SIMPLEX. multicast packets are explicitly copied via loopback interface in ip_output() and ip6_output(), so the old codepath caused a duplicate. also the old codepath affected IPv6 DAD. KAME PR 360
(please check it > sumikawa)
if_lastchange when processing packets for SNMP requirements.
for SNMP requirements.