Oh, I'm not advocating that; however, being able to turn off the subnet
router anycast address might be a plus.
> > (Note that if there's a user-level API for setting anycast addresses, one
> > could kick the subnet-router anycast address out of the kernel too.
> > Whether that's desirable is another thing.)
> We have but we cannot; it is refcnt'ed.
I don't understand what you mean. Refcnt'ed by a userland process, so
that if you'd want the subnet-router anycast address, the whole time a
process (like radvd) should be running.. or what?
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