Pure-Python client for the Linux NetLink interface
Python NetLink is a pythonic pure-Python API for the Linux NetLink set of APIs (and some related ones where it makes sense). It aims to be as efficient as possible, while still giving you high-level and easy-to-use access to most common operations.
When high-level access is not enough, Python NetLink also gives you the powerful low-level API that can be used to assemble arbitrary NetLink and ETHTool commands, send them to the kernel and parse the response.
Documentation is available online
Source code & Development
Source code is hosted on the GitLab public server.
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