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API for IPROUTE2 in any programming language

Is there any API that can be used to manipulate Linux routing table? I want to write a program that listens to sockets and then modifies routing table accordingly, just a simple code, but need an API. ...
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Adding a route with time-limited validity?

I have read different routing protocols, each one adds routes with limited time validity to routing table. Is there a method in Linux/Ubuntu, without installing any routing daemon, to add a time ...
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How does Linux handle 2 identical destinations in its routing table?

I have this is my routing table (in that order): 10.3.68.0/22 via 172.16.100.9 dev vlan4 10.3.68.0/22 dev eth3 proto kernel scope link src 10.3.69.254 eth3 has ip 10.3.69.254/22. Why does ...
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graph TCP connection performance based on `ss -i`

A nearby question has brought to my attention the ss utility on Linux, another utility to investigate sockets. It would appear that it may be a great tool to monitor the performance of, say, an ssh ...
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what's the format spec for `ss -D `?

Background of the question: I am trying to sum up the total bandwidth, but ss -i cleverly converted numbers to more readable format like Kbps/s or Mbps/s, which is not accurate. So does ss -o with ...
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What do I need to add a virtual IPsec adapter?

I'm trying to set up an IPsec connection manually from the console with iproute2. What I need is a virtual interface (at best, a virtual IP address could also be sufficient) that IPsec-transforms ...
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route traffic out different gateway by destination network

I have several gateways and would like to route some traffic out of different gateways based on its destination. I'm guessing I'd need to use a combination of iproute2 and iptables rules, but am not ...
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prioritize traffic for some bridge interfaces using prio qdisc

Im configuring my router to give preference to some WAN interfaces. This interfaces are named ppp0 (PPP interface), vc2 (RFC1483 bridge interface) and vc3 (RFC1483 bridge interface). I had understood ...
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iptables one IP through another network interface

This question is very similar to what I am trying to do: iptables --set-mark - Route diferent ports through different interfaces However I attempted to follow the answer but I was unable to make it ...
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Linux as router with multiple internet providers

Linux as router: I have 3 Internet providers, each with its own modem. Provider1, which is gateway address 192.168.1.1 Connected to linux router eth1/192.168.1.2 Provider2, gateway address ...
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Can I create a virtual ethernet interface named eth0?

This is a rather odd question, because normally it would not make sense to do that. I am running Arch based on the Linux 3.10.5-1 kernel. The system uses the new de-facto naming conventions of ...
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PPP tunnel on a linux box using virtual tty

I am trying to create test setup to verify PPP packet flow though a custom PPP server. To do so, I want to create a PPP tunnel on a local computer using virtual serial ports using socat. ...
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iptables: what the difference between filter and mangle

I am using iptables to to mark the package and want to route based on the marks. First I added the ip rule: sudo ip rule add fwmark 1 prohibit (The "prohibit" is just for test, I will change it ...
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What is the difference between `/sbin/ip route` and `/sbin/route`?

Linux comes with two utilities /sbin/route /sbin/ip route What is the difference between the two and what is the rule of thumb to use when you decide which one of the two you should use? I know ...
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ip function exit code

I use use ip by system("ip link set eth0 up") in a C program. I know that system returns -1 if it fails and returns what the called function returns(exit). E.g., if eth0 is not exist on the system, it ...