IP Helper API on linux

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by yevvi, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. yevvi

    yevvi Guest

    Hi,

    I m trying to port some code from Windows platform to linux. I have
    some code which uses IP Helper API on windows, but i couldn't find
    anything similar to linux. The only thing i did find is that i can use
    ioctl() function to enumerate network interfaces. But i need to do
    couple more things:

    1) In Windows, there are functions GetBestInterface() and
    GetBestRoute() which allow me to get the interface which would be used
    to connect to a specific host. How can i do this on linux/unix?

    2) In Windows, i can register for network change notifications using
    functions like
    NotifyAddrChange() and NotifyRouteChange(). How can i do this on
    linux/unix?

    3) Windows also has RAS API which is used to enumerate phonebook
    entries, dial/hangup a particular connection and query connection
    properties. Is there anything similar to RAS API on linux/unix?

    Thanks a lot,
    Yev
     
    yevvi, Jan 17, 2007
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