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Describes interfaces to Address Frame (IpPortFrame) C-Class. More...
|typedef struct _IpPortFrame||IpPortFrame|
|This is our IpPortFrame class object - used for holding NetAddr class network addresses with non-zero port numbers It has some different member functions implementations than its base Frame class - mainly for validating packet contents. More...|
|WINEXPORT IpPortFrame *||ipportframe_netaddr_new (guint16 frame_type, NetAddr *)|
|Construct and initialize an IpPortFrame class from a IP NetAddr class. More...|
|WINEXPORT IpPortFrame *||ipportframe_ipv4_new (guint16 frame_type, guint16 port, gconstpointer addrbuf)|
|Construct and initialize an IPv4 IpPortFrame class. More...|
|WINEXPORT IpPortFrame *||ipportframe_ipv6_new (guint16 frame_type, guint16 port, gconstpointer addrbuf)|
|Construct and initialize an IPv6 IpPortFrame class. More...|
|WINEXPORT Frame *||ipportframe_tlvconstructor (gconstpointer tlvstart, gconstpointer pktend)|
|Given marshalled packet data corresponding to an IpPortFrame (address), return the corresponding Frame class In other words, un-marshall the data... More...|
Describes interfaces to Address Frame (IpPortFrame) C-Class.
AddrFrames are Frames that contain some type of network address. The types of addresses we support are defined by the IETF/IANA Address type assignments.
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Definition in file ipportframe.h.