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Old 01-14-2015, 04:37 AM   #1
toramanand
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want to use RTMGRP_IPV6_IFADDR for kernel module


Hi,
In my networking kernel module I want to register for RTM_NEWADDR and RTM_DELADDR using netlink to stack. I can understand that binding the socket to RTMGRP_IPV6_IFADDR will make listening for RTM_NEWADDR and RTM_DELADDR only and not all the notifications. And that's what I want. But I can see that RTMGRP_IPV6_IFADDR is defined in rtnetlink.h under (#ifndef __KERNEL__ ). So this macro is only available for user space application and not for kernel modules.
Any alternate or any other corresponding MACRO which I can use in kernel module.

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