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Old 07-27-2015, 09:17 PM   #1
sri1983d
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How to mask link state change via netlink generated from kernel


I have any app A which is listening on netlink events for interface from kernel ( Link state change etc).

I have another app B which does ifconfig up/ down. At this moment I don't want App A to get netlinks notified from kernel. How do I mask netlink state change for a particular interface in Linux ?

Any info on this would be of good help.
 
  


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