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 *	@(#)if_arp.h	8.1 (Berkeley) 6/10/93
 */

/*
 * Address Resolution Protocol.
 *
 * See RFC 826 for protocol description.  ARP packets are variable
 * in size; the arphdr structure defines the fixed-length portion.
 * Protocol type values are the same as those for 10 Mb/s Ethernet.
 * It is followed by the variable-sized fields ar_sha, arp_spa,
 * arp_tha and arp_tpa in that order, according to the lengths
 * specified.  Field names used correspond to RFC 826.
 */
struct	arphdr {
	u_short	ar_hrd;		/* format of hardware address */
#define ARPHRD_ETHER 	1	/* ethernet hardware format */
#define ARPHRD_FRELAY 	15	/* frame relay hardware format */
	u_short	ar_pro;		/* format of protocol address */
	u_char	ar_hln;		/* length of hardware address */
	u_char	ar_pln;		/* length of protocol address */
	u_short	ar_op;		/* one of: */
#define	ARPOP_REQUEST	1	/* request to resolve address */
#define	ARPOP_REPLY	2	/* response to previous request */
#define	ARPOP_REVREQUEST 3	/* request protocol address given hardware */
#define	ARPOP_REVREPLY	4	/* response giving protocol address */
#define ARPOP_INVREQUEST 8 	/* request to identify peer */
#define ARPOP_INVREPLY	9	/* response identifying peer */
/*
 * The remaining fields are variable in size,
 * according to the sizes above.
 */
#ifdef COMMENT_ONLY
	u_char	ar_sha[];	/* sender hardware address */
	u_char	ar_spa[];	/* sender protocol address */
	u_char	ar_tha[];	/* target hardware address */
	u_char	ar_tpa[];	/* target protocol address */
#endif
};

/*
 * ARP ioctl request
 */
struct arpreq {
	struct	sockaddr arp_pa;		/* protocol address */
	struct	sockaddr arp_ha;		/* hardware address */
	int	arp_flags;			/* flags */
};
/*  arp_flags and at_flags field values */
#define	ATF_INUSE	0x01	/* entry in use */
#define ATF_COM		0x02	/* completed entry (enaddr valid) */
#define	ATF_PERM	0x04	/* permanent entry */
#define	ATF_PUBL	0x08	/* publish entry (respond for other host) */
#define	ATF_USETRAILERS	0x10	/* has requested trailers */