|NG_GIF(4)||Device Drivers Manual||NG_GIF(4)|
ng_gif — generic
tunnel interface netgraph node type
ng_gif netgraph node type allows
gif(4) interfaces to interact with the
netgraph(4) networking subsystem. Once the
ng_gif module is loaded in the kernel, a node is
automatically created for each gif(4) interface in the
system. Each node will attempt to name itself with the same name as the
associated interface. All
ng_gif nodes are
persistent for as long as the interface itself exists.
Two hooks are supported:
orphans. The hook name
divert may be used as an alias for
lower, and is provided for compatibility with
ng_ether(4). In reality the two names represent the same
lower hook is a connection to the raw
gif(4) device. When connected, all incoming packets are
diverted out this hook. Writing to this hook results in a raw encapsulated
packet being transmitted by the device. Normal outgoing packets are not
lower being connected.
orphans hook is equivalent to
lower, except that only unrecognized packets (that
would otherwise be discarded) are written to the hook, and normal incoming
traffic is unaffected. At most one of
lower may be connected at any time.
In all cases, frames are raw packets with the address family of the packet attached to the front.
When no hooks are connected, packets flow normally upwards and downwards.
This node type supports the following hooks:
- Connection to the lower device link layer.
lower, but only receives unrecognized packets.
This node type supports only the generic control messages.
This command dumps all unrecognized packets received by the
gif0 interface to standard output decoded in hex and
nghook -a gif0: orphans
Brooks Davis <brooks@FreeBSD.org>
|September 18, 2001||Debian|