Type used in the
ipv6.ip field of the
#include <prio.h> #if defined(_PR_INET6) typedef struct in6_addr PRIPv6Addr; #endif /* defined(_PR_INET6) */
PRIPv6Addr represents a 128-bit IPv6 address. It is equivalent to struct
in6_addr in the Berkeley socket interface.
PRIPv6Addr is always manipulated as a byte array. Unlike the IPv4 address (a 4-byte unsigned integer) or the port number (a 2-byte unsigned integer), it has no network or host byte order.