libcoap  4.3.0rc1
coap_tcp.c File Reference
#include "coap2/coap_internal.h"
#include <errno.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
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int coap_tcp_is_supported (void)
 Check whether TCP is available. More...
int coap_socket_connect_tcp1 (coap_socket_t *sock, const coap_address_t *local_if, const coap_address_t *server, int default_port, coap_address_t *local_addr, coap_address_t *remote_addr)
 Create a new TCP socket and initiate the connection. More...
int coap_socket_connect_tcp2 (coap_socket_t *sock, coap_address_t *local_addr, coap_address_t *remote_addr)
 Complete the TCP Connection. More...
int coap_socket_bind_tcp (coap_socket_t *sock, const coap_address_t *listen_addr, coap_address_t *bound_addr)
 Create a new TCP socket and then listen for new incoming TCP sessions. More...
int coap_socket_accept_tcp (coap_socket_t *server, coap_socket_t *new_client, coap_address_t *local_addr, coap_address_t *remote_addr)
 Accept a new incoming TCP session. More...

Function Documentation

◆ coap_tcp_is_supported()

int coap_tcp_is_supported ( void  )

Check whether TCP is available.

1 if support for TCP is enabled, or 0 otherwise.

Definition at line 31 of file coap_tcp.c.

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