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Pyroute2 is a pure Python **netlink** library. The core requires only Python stdlib, no 3rd party libraries. The library was started as an RTNL protocol implementation, so the name is **pyroute2**, but now it supports many netlink protocols. Some supported netlink families and protocols:* **rtnl**, network settings addresses, routes, traffic controls * **nfnetlink** netfilter API * **ipq**...
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