In 4f6c66cc9c75c8, ifa_ifwithnet() was changed to no longer
ifa_ref() the returned ifaddr, and instead the caller was required
to stay in the net_epoch for as long as they wanted the ifaddr
to remain valid. However, this missed the case where an AF_LINK
lookup would call ifaddr_byindex(), which still does ifa_ref()
the ifaddr. This would cause a refcount leak.
Fix this by inlining the relevant parts of ifaddr_byindex() here,
with the ifa_ref() call removed. This also avoids an unnecessary
entry and exit from the net_epoch for this case.
I've audited all in-tree consumers of ifa_ifwithnet() that could
possibly perform an AF_LINK lookup and confirmed that none of them
will expect the ifaddr to have a reference that they need to
MFC after: 2 months
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