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Just as we have /proc/net/arp holding ARP entries in Linux, what is the file that holds the Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) entries? I searched for it on the Linux box running IPv6, but to no avail.

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ip -6 neighbour allows you to list and manipulate the NDP table. I can't find a /proc/ or /sys/ file containing the information.

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