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[Bug 1001656] FreeBSD: add AF_PACKET socket familiy
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- Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2013 14:24:46 +0000
- Subject: [Bug 1001656] FreeBSD: add AF_PACKET socket familiy
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--- Comment #13 from D.Zebralla <firstname.lastname@example.org> ---
After the first quick test: Yes, it looks like the IPv6 UDP packet is now sent.
However, I am wondering if it's really the right thing to stuff padding bytes
into sockaddr_in6. I am not familiar with the whole networking code stuff, but
I saw that in the Windows world and partly in various unix flavors 28 Bytes for
sockaddr_in6 or even little less seem common.
Is there any RFC, ISO or POSIX standard where it's said that these structures
should have the same size?
What about this sockaddr_storage struct?
On a sidenote: Why was there even a 'len'-parameter in bsd_bind() when it was
not used up until your patch?
Thanks in advance!
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