293544 by melifaro:
Finish r275196: do not dereference rtentry in if_output() routines.
The only piece of information that is required is rt_flags subset.
In particular, if_loop() requires RTF_REJECT and RTF_BLACKHOLE flags
to check if this particular mbuf needs to be dropped (and what
error should be returned).
Note that if_loop() will always return EHOSTUNREACH for "reject" routes
regardless of RTF_HOST flag existence. This is due to upcoming routing
changes where RTF_HOST value won't be available as lookup result.
All other functions require RTF_GATEWAY flag to check if they need
to return EHOSTUNREACH instead of EHOSTDOWN error.
There are 11 places where non-zero 'struct route' is passed to if_output().
For most of the callers (forwarding, bpf, arp) does not care about exact
error value. In fact, the only place where this result is propagated
is ip_output(). (ip6_output() passes NULL route to nd6_output_ifp()).
Given that, add 3 new 'struct route' flags (RT_REJECT, RT_BLACKHOLE and
RT_IS_GW) and inline function (rt_update_ro_flags()) to copy necessary
rte flags to ro_flags. Call this function in ip_output() after looking up/