need for getifaddrs in uclibc
vapier at gentoo.org
Sun Jan 6 07:54:31 UTC 2008
On Wednesday 07 November 2007, Natanael Copa wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-11-07 at 19:39 +0100, Jason Curl wrote:
> > Natanael Copa wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Does anyone know a susv3/POSIX compliant way to list all ipv6
> > > interfaces? I bet there are no. ioctl(SIOCGIFCONF) ignores ipv6
> > > interfaces, I just tested.
> > What does ifconfig do in BusyBox? Does that do what you want?
> talks directly to netlink, with is even more non portable.
i believe that's about the only way to get all the info you need anymore in
> > When I implemented something across multiple platforms only for IPv4
> > that was a real nightmare (Solaris, Linux, uClibc, FreeBSD, Cygwin).
> > > I suggest implementing a getifaddrs in uclibc, even if its not
> > > susv3/POSIX.
> I checked around. if_nameindex will list all your network interfaces,
> which gets me half the way. but I still havent found out how to get a
> list of ipv6 addresses from a given device name.
from my testing, if_nameindex wont even enumerate all possible interfaces via
the ioctl() interface. you need to go through netlink to get it all.
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