libcoap  4.3.0beta
net.h File Reference
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <time.h>
#include "coap_io.h"
#include "coap_dtls.h"
#include "coap_event.h"
#include "coap_time.h"
#include "option.h"
#include "pdu.h"
#include "coap_prng.h"
#include "coap_session.h"
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Data Structures

struct  coap_queue_t
 Queue entry. More...
 
struct  coap_context_t
 The CoAP stack's global state is stored in a coap_context_t object. More...
 

Macros

#define COAP_IO_WAIT   0
 
#define COAP_IO_NO_WAIT   ((uint32_t)-1)
 
#define COAP_RUN_NONBLOCK   COAP_RUN_NONBLOCK_deprecated_use_COAP_IO_NO_WAIT
 
#define COAP_RUN_BLOCK   COAP_RUN_BLOCK_deprecated_use_COAP_IO_WAIT
 

Typedefs

typedef struct coap_queue_t coap_queue_t
 Queue entry. More...
 
typedef void(* coap_response_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *sent, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)
 Response handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t. More...
 
typedef void(* coap_nack_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *sent, coap_nack_reason_t reason, const coap_tid_t id)
 Negative Acknowedge handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t. More...
 
typedef void(* coap_ping_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)
 Received Ping handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t. More...
 
typedef void(* coap_pong_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)
 Received Pong handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t. More...
 
typedef struct coap_context_t coap_context_t
 The CoAP stack's global state is stored in a coap_context_t object. More...
 

Functions

int coap_insert_node (coap_queue_t **queue, coap_queue_t *node)
 Adds node to given queue, ordered by variable t in node. More...
 
int coap_delete_node (coap_queue_t *node)
 Destroys specified node. More...
 
void coap_delete_all (coap_queue_t *queue)
 Removes all items from given queue and frees the allocated storage. More...
 
coap_queue_tcoap_new_node (void)
 Creates a new node suitable for adding to the CoAP sendqueue. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_response_handler (coap_context_t *context, coap_response_handler_t handler)
 Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a response was received that matches an ongoing transaction. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_nack_handler (coap_context_t *context, coap_nack_handler_t handler)
 Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a confirmable message (request or response) is dropped after all retries have been exhausted, or a rst message was received, or a network or TLS level event was received that indicates delivering the message is not possible. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_ping_handler (coap_context_t *context, coap_ping_handler_t handler)
 Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a CoAP Ping message is received. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_pong_handler (coap_context_t *context, coap_pong_handler_t handler)
 Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a CoAP Pong message is received. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_option (coap_context_t *ctx, uint16_t type)
 Registers the option type type with the given context object ctx. More...
 
unsigned int coap_adjust_basetime (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_tick_t now)
 Set sendqueue_basetime in the given context object ctx to now. More...
 
coap_queue_tcoap_peek_next (coap_context_t *context)
 Returns the next pdu to send without removing from sendqeue. More...
 
coap_queue_tcoap_pop_next (coap_context_t *context)
 Returns the next pdu to send and removes it from the sendqeue. More...
 
coap_context_tcoap_new_context (const coap_address_t *listen_addr)
 Creates a new coap_context_t object that will hold the CoAP stack status. More...
 
int coap_context_set_psk (coap_context_t *context, const char *hint, const uint8_t *key, size_t key_len)
 Set the context's default PSK hint and/or key for a server. More...
 
int coap_context_set_psk2 (coap_context_t *context, coap_dtls_spsk_t *setup_data)
 Set the context's default PSK hint and/or key for a server. More...
 
int coap_context_set_pki (coap_context_t *context, const coap_dtls_pki_t *setup_data)
 Set the context's default PKI information for a server. More...
 
int coap_context_set_pki_root_cas (coap_context_t *context, const char *ca_file, const char *ca_dir)
 Set the context's default Root CA information for a client or server. More...
 
void coap_context_set_keepalive (coap_context_t *context, unsigned int seconds)
 Set the context keepalive timer for sessions. More...
 
int coap_context_get_coap_fd (coap_context_t *context)
 Get the libcoap internal file descriptor for using in an application's select() or returned as an event in an application's epoll_wait() call. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE uint16_t coap_new_message_id (coap_session_t *session)
 Returns a new message id and updates session->tx_mid accordingly. More...
 
void coap_free_context (coap_context_t *context)
 CoAP stack context must be released with coap_free_context(). More...
 
void coap_set_app_data (coap_context_t *context, void *data)
 Stores data with the given CoAP context. More...
 
void * coap_get_app_data (const coap_context_t *context)
 Returns any application-specific data that has been stored with context using the function coap_set_app_data(). More...
 
coap_pdu_tcoap_new_error_response (coap_pdu_t *request, unsigned char code, coap_opt_filter_t opts)
 Creates a new ACK PDU with specified error code. More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_send_error (coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *request, unsigned char code, coap_opt_filter_t opts)
 Sends an error response with code code for request request to dst. More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_send_message_type (coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *request, unsigned char type)
 Helper funktion to create and send a message with type (usually ACK or RST). More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_send_ack (coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *request)
 Sends an ACK message with code 0 for the specified request to dst. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE coap_tid_t coap_send_rst (coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *request)
 Sends an RST message with code 0 for the specified request to dst. More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_send (coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *pdu)
 Sends a CoAP message to given peer. More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_retransmit (coap_context_t *context, coap_queue_t *node)
 Handles retransmissions of confirmable messages. More...
 
int coap_handle_dgram (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_session_t *session, uint8_t *data, size_t data_len)
 Parses and interprets a CoAP datagram with context ctx. More...
 
int coap_handle_event (coap_context_t *context, coap_event_t event, coap_session_t *session)
 Invokes the event handler of context for the given event and data. More...
 
int coap_remove_from_queue (coap_queue_t **queue, coap_session_t *session, coap_tid_t id, coap_queue_t **node)
 This function removes the element with given id from the list given list. More...
 
coap_tid_t coap_wait_ack (coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_queue_t *node)
 
coap_queue_tcoap_find_transaction (coap_queue_t *queue, coap_session_t *session, coap_tid_t id)
 Retrieves transaction from the queue. More...
 
void coap_cancel_all_messages (coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, const uint8_t *token, size_t token_length)
 Cancels all outstanding messages for session session that have the specified token. More...
 
void coap_cancel_session_messages (coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_nack_reason_t reason)
 Cancels all outstanding messages for session session. More...
 
void coap_dispatch (coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *pdu)
 Dispatches the PDUs from the receive queue in given context. More...
 
int coap_can_exit (coap_context_t *context)
 Returns 1 if there are no messages to send or to dispatch in the context's queues. More...
 
void coap_ticks (coap_tick_t *)
 Returns the current value of an internal tick counter. More...
 
int coap_option_check_critical (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_pdu_t *pdu, coap_opt_filter_t unknown)
 Verifies that pdu contains no unknown critical options. More...
 
coap_pdu_tcoap_wellknown_response (coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *request)
 Creates a new response for given request with the contents of .well-known/core. More...
 
unsigned int coap_calc_timeout (coap_session_t *session, unsigned char r)
 Calculates the initial timeout based on the session CoAP transmission parameters 'ack_timeout', 'ack_random_factor', and COAP_TICKS_PER_SECOND. More...
 
int coap_join_mcast_group (coap_context_t *ctx, const char *groupname)
 Function interface for joining a multicast group for listening. More...
 
int coap_io_process (coap_context_t *ctx, uint32_t timeout_ms)
 The main I/O processing function. More...
 
int coap_io_process_with_fds (coap_context_t *ctx, uint32_t timeout_ms, int nfds, fd_set *readfds, fd_set *writefds, fd_set *exceptfds)
 The main message processing loop with additional fds for internal select. More...
 
unsigned int coap_io_prepare_io (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_socket_t *sockets[], unsigned int max_sockets, unsigned int *num_sockets, coap_tick_t now)
 Iterates through all the coap_socket_t structures embedded in endpoints or sessions associated with the ctx to determine which are wanting any read, write, accept or connect I/O (COAP_SOCKET_WANT_xxx is set). More...
 
void coap_io_do_io (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_tick_t now)
 Processes any outstanding read, write, accept or connect I/O as indicated in the coap_socket_t structures (COAP_SOCKET_CAN_xxx set) embedded in endpoints or sessions associated with ctx. More...
 
unsigned int coap_io_prepare_epoll (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_tick_t now)
 Any now timed out delayed packet is transmitted, along with any packets associated with requested observable response. More...
 
void coap_io_do_epoll (coap_context_t *ctx, struct epoll_event *events, size_t nevents)
 Process all the epoll events. More...
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED int coap_run_once (coap_context_t *ctx, uint32_t timeout_ms)
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED unsigned int coap_write (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_socket_t *sockets[], unsigned int max_sockets, unsigned int *num_sockets, coap_tick_t now)
 
COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED void coap_read (coap_context_t *ctx, coap_tick_t now)
 

Macro Definition Documentation

◆ COAP_RUN_BLOCK

#define COAP_RUN_BLOCK   COAP_RUN_BLOCK_deprecated_use_COAP_IO_WAIT

Definition at line 976 of file net.h.

◆ COAP_RUN_NONBLOCK

#define COAP_RUN_NONBLOCK   COAP_RUN_NONBLOCK_deprecated_use_COAP_IO_NO_WAIT

Definition at line 975 of file net.h.

Typedef Documentation

◆ coap_context_t

The CoAP stack's global state is stored in a coap_context_t object.

◆ coap_nack_handler_t

typedef void(* coap_nack_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *sent, coap_nack_reason_t reason, const coap_tid_t id)

Negative Acknowedge handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t.

Parameters
contextCoAP session.
sessionCoAP session.
sentThe PDU that was transmitted.
reasonThe reason for the NACK.
idCoAP transaction ID.

Definition at line 106 of file net.h.

◆ coap_ping_handler_t

typedef void(* coap_ping_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)

Received Ping handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t.

Parameters
contextCoAP session.
sessionCoAP session.
receivedThe PDU that was received.
idCoAP transaction ID.

Definition at line 120 of file net.h.

◆ coap_pong_handler_t

typedef void(* coap_pong_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)

Received Pong handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t.

Parameters
contextCoAP session.
sessionCoAP session.
receivedThe PDU that was received.
idCoAP transaction ID.

Definition at line 133 of file net.h.

◆ coap_queue_t

typedef struct coap_queue_t coap_queue_t

Queue entry.

◆ coap_response_handler_t

typedef void(* coap_response_handler_t) (struct coap_context_t *context, coap_session_t *session, coap_pdu_t *sent, coap_pdu_t *received, const coap_tid_t id)

Response handler that is used as callback in coap_context_t.

Parameters
contextCoAP session.
sessionCoAP session.
sentThe PDU that was transmitted.
receivedThe PDU that was received.
idCoAP transaction ID.

Definition at line 91 of file net.h.

Function Documentation

◆ coap_adjust_basetime()

unsigned int coap_adjust_basetime ( coap_context_t ctx,
coap_tick_t  now 
)

Set sendqueue_basetime in the given context object ctx to now.

This function returns the number of elements in the queue head that have timed out.

Definition at line 149 of file net.c.

◆ coap_calc_timeout()

unsigned int coap_calc_timeout ( coap_session_t session,
unsigned char  r 
)

Calculates the initial timeout based on the session CoAP transmission parameters 'ack_timeout', 'ack_random_factor', and COAP_TICKS_PER_SECOND.

The calculation requires 'ack_timeout' and 'ack_random_factor' to be in Qx.FRAC_BITS fixed point notation, whereas the passed parameter r is interpreted as the fractional part of a Q0.MAX_BITS random value.

Parameters
sessionsession timeout is associated with
rrandom value as fractional part of a Q0.MAX_BITS fixed point value
Returns
COAP_TICKS_PER_SECOND * 'ack_timeout' * (1 + ('ack_random_factor' - 1) * r)

Definition at line 902 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_can_exit()

int coap_can_exit ( coap_context_t context)

Returns 1 if there are no messages to send or to dispatch in the context's queues.

Definition at line 2895 of file net.c.

◆ coap_cancel_all_messages()

void coap_cancel_all_messages ( coap_context_t context,
coap_session_t session,
const uint8_t token,
size_t  token_length 
)

Cancels all outstanding messages for session session that have the specified token.

Parameters
contextThe context in use.
sessionSession of the messages to remove.
tokenMessage token.
token_lengthActual length of token.

Definition at line 1872 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_cancel_session_messages()

void coap_cancel_session_messages ( coap_context_t context,
coap_session_t session,
coap_nack_reason_t  reason 
)

Cancels all outstanding messages for session session.

Parameters
contextThe context in use.
sessionSession of the messages to remove.
reasonThe reasion for the session cancellation

Definition at line 1835 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_context_get_coap_fd()

int coap_context_get_coap_fd ( coap_context_t context)

Get the libcoap internal file descriptor for using in an application's select() or returned as an event in an application's epoll_wait() call.

Parameters
contextThe coap_context_t object.
Returns
The libcoap file descriptor or -1 if epoll is not available.

Definition at line 443 of file net.c.

◆ coap_context_set_keepalive()

void coap_context_set_keepalive ( coap_context_t context,
unsigned int  seconds 
)

Set the context keepalive timer for sessions.

A keepalive message will be sent after if a session has been inactive, i.e. no packet sent or received, for the given number of seconds. For unreliable protocols, a CoAP Empty message will be sent. If a CoAP RST is not received, the CoAP Empty messages will get resent based on the Confirmable retry parameters until there is a failure timeout, at which point the session will be considered as disconnected. For reliable protocols, a CoAP PING message will be sent. If a CoAP PONG has not been received before the next PING is due to be sent, the session will be considered as disconnected.

Parameters
contextThe coap_context_t object.
secondsNumber of seconds for the inactivity timer, or zero to disable CoAP-level keepalive messages.
Returns
1 if successful, else 0

Definition at line 439 of file net.c.

◆ coap_context_set_pki()

int coap_context_set_pki ( coap_context_t context,
const coap_dtls_pki_t setup_data 
)

Set the context's default PKI information for a server.

Parameters
contextThe current coap_context_t object.
setup_dataIf NULL, PKI authentication will fail. Certificate information required.
Returns
1 if successful, else 0.

Definition at line 414 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_context_set_pki_root_cas()

int coap_context_set_pki_root_cas ( coap_context_t context,
const char *  ca_file,
const char *  ca_dir 
)

Set the context's default Root CA information for a client or server.

Parameters
contextThe current coap_context_t object.
ca_fileIf not NULL, is the full path name of a PEM encoded file containing all the Root CAs to be used.
ca_dirIf not NULL, points to a directory containing PEM encoded files containing all the Root CAs to be used.
Returns
1 if successful, else 0.

Definition at line 429 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_context_set_psk()

int coap_context_set_psk ( coap_context_t context,
const char *  hint,
const uint8_t key,
size_t  key_len 
)

Set the context's default PSK hint and/or key for a server.

Parameters
contextThe current coap_context_t object.
hintThe default PSK server hint sent to a client. If NULL, PSK authentication is disabled. Empty string is a valid hint.
keyThe default PSK key. If NULL, PSK authentication will fail.
key_lenThe default PSK key's length. If 0, PSK authentication will fail.
Returns
1 if successful, else 0.

Definition at line 380 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_context_set_psk2()

int coap_context_set_psk2 ( coap_context_t context,
coap_dtls_spsk_t setup_data 
)

Set the context's default PSK hint and/or key for a server.

Parameters
contextThe current coap_context_t object.
setup_dataIf NULL, PSK authentication will fail. PSK information required.
Returns
1 if successful, else 0.

Definition at line 400 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_delete_all()

void coap_delete_all ( coap_queue_t queue)

Removes all items from given queue and frees the allocated storage.

Internal function.

Parameters
queueThe queue to delete.

Definition at line 243 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_delete_node()

int coap_delete_node ( coap_queue_t node)

Destroys specified node.

Parameters
nodeNode entry to remove.
Returns
1 node deleted from queue, 0 failure.

Definition at line 223 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_dispatch()

void coap_dispatch ( coap_context_t context,
coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t pdu 
)

Dispatches the PDUs from the receive queue in given context.

Definition at line 2713 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_find_transaction()

coap_queue_t* coap_find_transaction ( coap_queue_t queue,
coap_session_t session,
coap_tid_t  id 
)

Retrieves transaction from the queue.

Parameters
queueThe transaction queue to be searched.
sessionThe session to find.
idThe transaction id to find.
Returns
A pointer to the transaction object or NULL if not found.

Definition at line 1913 of file net.c.

◆ coap_free_context()

void coap_free_context ( coap_context_t context)

CoAP stack context must be released with coap_free_context().

This function clears all entries from the receive queue and send queue and deletes the resources that have been registered with context, and frees the attached endpoints.

Parameters
contextThe current coap_context_t object to free off.

Definition at line 581 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_get_app_data()

void* coap_get_app_data ( const coap_context_t context)

Returns any application-specific data that has been stored with context using the function coap_set_app_data().

This function will return NULL if no data has been stored.

Parameters
contextThe CoAP context.
Returns
The data previously stored or NULL if not data stored.

Definition at line 575 of file net.c.

◆ coap_handle_dgram()

int coap_handle_dgram ( coap_context_t ctx,
coap_session_t session,
uint8_t data,
size_t  data_len 
)

Parses and interprets a CoAP datagram with context ctx.

This function returns 0 if the datagram was handled, or a value less than zero on error.

Parameters
ctxThe current CoAP context.
sessionThe current CoAP session.
dataThe received packet'd data.
data_lenThe received packet'd data length.
Returns
0 if message was handled successfully, or less than zero on error.

Definition at line 1749 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_handle_event()

int coap_handle_event ( coap_context_t context,
coap_event_t  event,
coap_session_t session 
)

Invokes the event handler of context for the given event and data.

Parameters
contextThe CoAP context whose event handler is to be called.
eventThe event to deliver.
sessionThe session related to event.
Returns
The result from the associated event handler or 0 if none was registered.

Definition at line 2884 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_insert_node()

int coap_insert_node ( coap_queue_t **  queue,
coap_queue_t node 
)

Adds node to given queue, ordered by variable t in node.

Parameters
queueQueue to add to.
nodeNode entry to add to Queue.
Returns
1 added to queue, 0 failure.

Definition at line 186 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_join_mcast_group()

int coap_join_mcast_group ( coap_context_t ctx,
const char *  groupname 
)

Function interface for joining a multicast group for listening.

Parameters
ctxThe current context
groupnameThe name of the group that is to be joined for listening
Returns
0 on success, -1 on error

Definition at line 2946 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_new_context()

coap_context_t* coap_new_context ( const coap_address_t listen_addr)

Creates a new coap_context_t object that will hold the CoAP stack status.

Definition at line 453 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_new_error_response()

coap_pdu_t* coap_new_error_response ( coap_pdu_t request,
unsigned char  code,
coap_opt_filter_t  opts 
)

Creates a new ACK PDU with specified error code.

The options specified by the filter expression opts will be copied from the original request contained in request. Unless SHORT_ERROR_RESPONSE was defined at build time, the textual reason phrase for code will be added as payload, with Content-Type 0. This function returns a pointer to the new response message, or NULL on error. The storage allocated for the new message must be relased with coap_free().

Parameters
requestSpecification of the received (confirmable) request.
codeThe error code to set.
optsAn option filter that specifies which options to copy from the original request in node.
Returns
A pointer to the new message or NULL on error.

Definition at line 1921 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_new_message_id()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE uint16_t coap_new_message_id ( coap_session_t session)

Returns a new message id and updates session->tx_mid accordingly.

The message id is returned in network byte order to make it easier to read in tracing tools.

Parameters
sessionThe current coap_session_t object.
Returns
Incremented message id in network byte order.

Definition at line 400 of file net.h.

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◆ coap_new_node()

coap_queue_t* coap_new_node ( void  )

Creates a new node suitable for adding to the CoAP sendqueue.

Returns
New node entry, or NULL if failure.

Definition at line 252 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_option_check_critical()

int coap_option_check_critical ( coap_context_t ctx,
coap_pdu_t pdu,
coap_opt_filter_t  unknown 
)

Verifies that pdu contains no unknown critical options.

Options must be registered at ctx, using the function coap_register_option(). A basic set of options is registered automatically by coap_new_context(). This function returns 1 if pdu is ok, 0 otherwise. The given filter object unknown will be updated with the unknown options. As only COAP_MAX_OPT options can be signalled this way, remaining options must be examined manually.

coap_opt_filter_t f = COAP_OPT_NONE;
if (coap_option_check_critical(ctx, pdu, f) == 0) {
coap_option_iterator_init(pdu, &opt_iter, f);
while (coap_option_next(&opt_iter)) {
if (opt_iter.type & 0x01) {
... handle unknown critical option in opt_iter ...
}
}
}
uint16_t coap_opt_filter_t[COAP_OPT_FILTER_SIZE]
Fixed-size vector we use for option filtering.
Definition: option.h:119
coap_opt_t * coap_option_next(coap_opt_iterator_t *oi)
Updates the iterator oi to point to the next option.
Definition: option.c:146
coap_opt_iterator_t * coap_option_iterator_init(const coap_pdu_t *pdu, coap_opt_iterator_t *oi, const coap_opt_filter_t filter)
Initializes the given option iterator oi to point to the beginning of the pdu's option list.
Definition: option.c:110
int coap_option_check_critical(coap_context_t *ctx, coap_pdu_t *pdu, coap_opt_filter_t unknown)
Verifies that pdu contains no unknown critical options.
Definition: net.c:649
Iterator to run through PDU options.
Definition: option.h:186
uint16_t type
decoded option type
Definition: option.h:188
Parameters
ctxThe context where all known options are registered.
pduThe PDU to check.
unknownThe output filter that will be updated to indicate the unknown critical options found in pdu.
Returns
1 if everything was ok, 0 otherwise.

Definition at line 649 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_peek_next()

coap_queue_t* coap_peek_next ( coap_context_t context)

Returns the next pdu to send without removing from sendqeue.

Definition at line 266 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_pop_next()

coap_queue_t* coap_pop_next ( coap_context_t context)

Returns the next pdu to send and removes it from the sendqeue.

Definition at line 274 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_read()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED void coap_read ( coap_context_t ctx,
coap_tick_t  now 
)
Deprecated:
Use coap_io_do_io() instead.

This function just calls coap_io_do_io().

Internal function.

Parameters
ctxThe CoAP context
nowCurrent time

Definition at line 969 of file net.h.

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◆ coap_register_nack_handler()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_nack_handler ( coap_context_t context,
coap_nack_handler_t  handler 
)

Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a confirmable message (request or response) is dropped after all retries have been exhausted, or a rst message was received, or a network or TLS level event was received that indicates delivering the message is not possible.

Parameters
contextThe context to register the handler for.
handlerThe nack handler to register.

Definition at line 240 of file net.h.

◆ coap_register_option()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_option ( coap_context_t ctx,
uint16_t  type 
)

Registers the option type type with the given context object ctx.

Parameters
ctxThe context to use.
typeThe option type to register.

Definition at line 278 of file net.h.

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◆ coap_register_ping_handler()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_ping_handler ( coap_context_t context,
coap_ping_handler_t  handler 
)

Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a CoAP Ping message is received.

Parameters
contextThe context to register the handler for.
handlerThe ping handler to register.

Definition at line 253 of file net.h.

◆ coap_register_pong_handler()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_pong_handler ( coap_context_t context,
coap_pong_handler_t  handler 
)

Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a CoAP Pong message is received.

Parameters
contextThe context to register the handler for.
handlerThe pong handler to register.

Definition at line 266 of file net.h.

◆ coap_register_response_handler()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE void coap_register_response_handler ( coap_context_t context,
coap_response_handler_t  handler 
)

Registers a new message handler that is called whenever a response was received that matches an ongoing transaction.

Parameters
contextThe context to register the handler for.
handlerThe response handler to register.

Definition at line 225 of file net.h.

◆ coap_remove_from_queue()

int coap_remove_from_queue ( coap_queue_t **  queue,
coap_session_t session,
coap_tid_t  id,
coap_queue_t **  node 
)

This function removes the element with given id from the list given list.

If id was found, node is updated to point to the removed element. Note that the storage allocated by node is not released. The caller must do this manually using coap_delete_node(). This function returns 1 if the element with id id was found, 0 otherwise. For a return value of 0, the contents of node is undefined.

Parameters
queueThe queue to search for id.
sessionThe session to look for.
idThe transaction id to look for.
nodeIf found, node is updated to point to the removed node. You must release the storage pointed to by node manually.
Returns
1 if id was found, 0 otherwise.

Definition at line 1785 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_retransmit()

coap_tid_t coap_retransmit ( coap_context_t context,
coap_queue_t node 
)

Handles retransmissions of confirmable messages.

Parameters
contextThe CoAP context.
nodeThe node to retransmit.
Returns
The message id of the sent message or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Definition at line 1191 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_run_once()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED int coap_run_once ( coap_context_t ctx,
uint32_t  timeout_ms 
)
Deprecated:
Use coap_io_process() instead.

This function just calls coap_io_process().

Parameters
ctxThe CoAP context
timeout_msMinimum number of milliseconds to wait for new packets before returning after doing any processing. If COAP_IO_WAIT, the call will block until the next internal action (e.g. packet retransmit) if any, or block until the next packet is received whichever is the sooner and do the necessary processing. If COAP_IO_NO_WAIT, the function will return immediately after processing without waiting for any new input packets to arrive.
Returns
Number of milliseconds spent in function or -1 if there was an error

Definition at line 925 of file net.h.

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◆ coap_send()

coap_tid_t coap_send ( coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t pdu 
)

Sends a CoAP message to given peer.

The memory that is allocated by pdu will be released by coap_send(). The caller must not use the pdu after calling coap_send().

Parameters
sessionThe CoAP session.
pduThe CoAP PDU to send.
Returns
The message id of the sent message or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Definition at line 1006 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_send_ack()

coap_tid_t coap_send_ack ( coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t request 
)

Sends an ACK message with code 0 for the specified request to dst.

This function returns the corresponding transaction id if the message was sent or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Parameters
sessionThe CoAP session.
requestThe request to be acknowledged.
Returns
The transaction id if ACK was sent or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Definition at line 701 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_send_error()

coap_tid_t coap_send_error ( coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t request,
unsigned char  code,
coap_opt_filter_t  opts 
)

Sends an error response with code code for request request to dst.

opts will be passed to coap_new_error_response() to copy marked options from the request. This function returns the transaction id if the message was sent, or COAP_INVALID_TID otherwise.

Parameters
sessionThe CoAP session.
requestThe original request to respond to.
codeThe response code.
optsA filter that specifies the options to copy from the request.
Returns
The transaction id if the message was sent, or COAP_INVALID_TID otherwise.

Definition at line 858 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_send_message_type()

coap_tid_t coap_send_message_type ( coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t request,
unsigned char  type 
)

Helper funktion to create and send a message with type (usually ACK or RST).

This function returns COAP_INVALID_TID when the message was not sent, a valid transaction id otherwise.

Parameters
sessionThe CoAP session.
requestThe request that should be responded to.
typeWhich type to set.
Returns
transaction id on success or COAP_INVALID_TID otherwise.

Definition at line 876 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_send_rst()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE coap_tid_t coap_send_rst ( coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t request 
)

Sends an RST message with code 0 for the specified request to dst.

This function returns the corresponding transaction id if the message was sent or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Parameters
sessionThe CoAP session.
requestThe request to be reset.
Returns
The transaction id if RST was sent or COAP_INVALID_TID on error.

Definition at line 516 of file net.h.

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◆ coap_set_app_data()

void coap_set_app_data ( coap_context_t context,
void *  data 
)

Stores data with the given CoAP context.

This function overwrites any value that has previously been stored with context.

Parameters
contextThe CoAP context.
dataThe data to store with wih the context. Note that this data must be valid during the lifetime of context.

Definition at line 569 of file net.c.

◆ coap_ticks()

void coap_ticks ( coap_tick_t )

Returns the current value of an internal tick counter.

The counter counts COAP_TICKS_PER_SECOND ticks every second.

◆ coap_wait_ack()

coap_tid_t coap_wait_ack ( coap_context_t context,
coap_session_t session,
coap_queue_t node 
)

Definition at line 928 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_wellknown_response()

coap_pdu_t* coap_wellknown_response ( coap_context_t context,
coap_session_t session,
coap_pdu_t request 
)

Creates a new response for given request with the contents of .well-known/core.

The result is NULL on error or a newly allocated PDU that must be either sent with coap_sent() or released by coap_delete_pdu().

Parameters
contextThe current coap context to use.
sessionThe CoAP session.
requestThe request for .well-known/core .
Returns
A new 2.05 response for .well-known/core or NULL on error.

Definition at line 2051 of file net.c.

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◆ coap_write()

COAP_STATIC_INLINE COAP_DEPRECATED unsigned int coap_write ( coap_context_t ctx,
coap_socket_t sockets[],
unsigned int  max_sockets,
unsigned int *  num_sockets,
coap_tick_t  now 
)
Deprecated:
Use coap_io_prepare_io() instead.

This function just calls coap_io_prepare_io().

Internal function.

Parameters
ctxThe CoAP context
socketsArray of socket descriptors, filled on output
max_socketsSize of socket array.
num_socketsPointer to the number of valid entries in the socket arrays on output.
nowCurrent time.
Returns
timeout Maxmimum number of milliseconds that can be used by a select() to wait for network events or 0 if wait should be forever.

Definition at line 949 of file net.h.

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