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INET6_RTHDR_SPACE(3) BSD Library Functions Manual INET6_RTHDR_SPACE(3)
inet6_rthdr_space, inet6_rthdr_init, inet6_rthdr_add, inet6_rthdr_lasthop, inet6_rthdr_reverse, inet6_rthdr_segments, inet6_rthdr_getaddr,
inet6_rthdr_getflags -- IPv6 Routing Header Options manipulation
Standard C Library (libc, -lc)
inet6_rthdr_space(int type, int segments);
struct cmsghdr *
inet6_rthdr_init(void *bp, int type);
inet6_rthdr_add(struct cmsghdr *cmsg, const struct in6_addr *addr, unsigned int flags);
inet6_rthdr_lasthop(struct cmsghdr *cmsg, unsigned int flags);
inet6_rthdr_reverse(const struct cmsghdr *in, struct cmsghdr *out);
inet6_rthdr_segments(const struct cmsghdr *cmsg);
struct in6_addr *
inet6_rthdr_getaddr(struct cmsghdr *cmsg, int index);
inet6_rthdr_getflags(const struct cmsghdr *cmsg, int index);
RFC2292 IPv6 advanced API defines eight functions that the application calls to build and examine a Routing header. Four functions build a
inet6_rthdr_space() return #bytes required for ancillary data
inet6_rthdr_init() initialize ancillary data for Routing header
inet6_rthdr_add() add IPv6 address & flags to Routing header
inet6_rthdr_lasthop() specify the flags for the final hop
Four functions deal with a returned Routing header:
inet6_rthdr_reverse() reverse a Routing header
inet6_rthdr_segments() return #segments in a Routing header
inet6_rthdr_getaddr() fetch one address from a Routing header
inet6_rthdr_getflags() fetch one flag from a Routing header
The function prototypes for these functions are all in the <netinet/in.h> header.
The full description of these functions is available in RFC2292.
inet6_rthdr_space() returns 0 on errors.
inet6_rthdr_add(), inet6_rthdr_lasthop() and inet6_rthdr_reverse() return 0 on success, and returns -1 on error.
inet6_rthdr_init() and inet6_rthdr_getaddr() return NULL on error.
inet6_rthdr_segments() and inet6_rthdr_getflags() return -1 on error.
RFC2292 gives comprehensive examples in chapter 8.
W. Stevens and M. Thomas, Advanced Sockets API for IPv6, RFC2292, February 1998.
S. Deering and R. Hinden, Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specification, RFC2460, December 1998.
The implementation first appeared in KAME advanced networking kit.
The functions are documented in ``Advanced Sockets API for IPv6'' (RFC2292).
The text was shamelessly copied from RFC2292.
inet6_rthdr_reverse() is not implemented yet.
December 10, 1999 BSD