|IPQ_CREATE_HANDLE(3)||Linux Programmer's Manual||IPQ_CREATE_HANDLE(3)|
struct ipq_handle *ipq_create_handle(u_int32_t
flags, u_int32_t protocol);
int ipq_destroy_handle(struct ipq_handle *h);
The flags parameter is not currently used and should be set to zero by the application for forward compatibility.
The protocol parameter is used to specify the protocol of the packets to be queued. Valid values are NFPROTO_IPV4 for IPv4 and NFPROTO_IPV6 for IPv6. Currently, only one protocol may be queued at a time for a handle.
The ipq_destroy_handle function frees up resources allocated by ipq_create_handle, and should be used when the handle is no longer required by the application.
On failure, NULL is returned.
On success, ipq_destroy_handle returns zero.
On failure, -1 is returned.
Distributed under the GNU General Public License.
|16 October 2001||Linux iptables 1.2|