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Old 12-07-2003, 12:11 AM   #1
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"ifnet structure (regarding configured interfaces)header file in linux9?"


can u tell the header file fior ifnet structure

"net/if.h" on linux do mention struct iface in ifaddr struct but i can't
get the header file defining this structure

ifnet struct is used alot in interface drivers

i want to capture a snmp packet using linux method of PF_SOCKETS
 
  


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