This adds a new ng_device command, NGM_DEVICE_ETHERALIGN, which has no
associated args. After the command arrives, the device begins adjusting all
packets sent out its hook to have ETHER_ALIGN bytes of padding at the
beginning of the packet. The ETHER_ALIGN padding is added only when
running on an architecture that requires strict alignment of IP headers
(based on the __NO_STRICT_ALIGNMENT macro, which is only #define'd on
x86 as of this writing).
This also adds ascii <-> binary command translation to ng_device, both for
the existing NGM_DEVICE_GET_DEVNAME and the new ETHERALIGN command.
This also gives a name to every ng_device node when it is constructed, using
the cdev device name (ngd0, ngd1, etc). This makes it easier to address
command msgs to the device using ngctl(8).