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SubjectRe: Linux-2.1.98..
On Fri, 24 Apr 1998, Pat St. Jean wrote:

> BTW, what is protocol 5? In the midst of getting kmod working, I
> noticed a bunch of complaints about net-pf-4 and net-pf-5. I tracked down
> 4, but can't find 5. I'm just curious since they're both set to off
> anyways.

Protocol 5 is AppleTalk.
From include/linux/socket.h:

/* Supported address families. */
#define AF_UNSPEC 0
#define AF_UNIX 1 /* Unix domain sockets */
#define AF_INET 2 /* Internet IP Protocol */
#define AF_AX25 3 /* Amateur Radio AX.25 */
#define AF_IPX 4 /* Novell IPX */
#define AF_APPLETALK 5 /* Appletalk DDP */
#define AF_NETROM 6 /* Amateur radio NetROM */
#define AF_BRIDGE 7 /* Multiprotocol bridge */
#define AF_AAL5 8 /* Reserved for Werner's ATM */
#define AF_X25 9 /* Reserved for X.25 project */
#ifdef LINUX_2_1_X
#define AF_INET6 10 /* IP version 6 */
#endif
#define AF_MAX 12 /* For now.. */


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