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Re: stop ifnet ioctl (ab)use in the kernel, step 1
> The network protocols and some drivers use ioctls to manipulate ifnet
> flags, to add/delete multicast addresses, and to initialize ifaddrs.
> I'd like to stop that before I tackle some [other stuff].
What is the perceived need being addressed here? Do you just find
if()_ioctl ugly compared to adding more function pointers to struct
ifnet? Is the if_ioctl() way actually causing some trouble somewhere?
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