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/*
 * Miscellaneous internetwork
 * definitions for kernel.
 */

/*
 * Network types.
 *
 * Internally the system keeps counters in the headers with the bytes
 * swapped so that VAX instructions will work on them.  It reverses
 * the bytes before transmission at each protocol level.  The n_ types
 * represent the types with the bytes in ``high-ender'' order.
 */
typedef u_short n_short;            /* short as received from the net */
typedef u_int     n_long;                 /* long as received from the net */

typedef     u_int n_time;                 /* ms since 00:00 GMT, byte rev */

#ifdef KERNEL
n_time       iptime __P((void));
#endif

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