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InternetSocket Class Referenceabstract

Socket implementation that uses IP network stack. More...

#include <InternetSocket.h>

Inheritance diagram for InternetSocket:
Socket TCPSocket UDPSocket TCPServer

Public Member Functions

virtual ~InternetSocket ()
 Destroy the socket. More...
 
nsapi_error_t open (NetworkStack *stack)
 Open a network socket on the network stack of the given network interface. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t close ()
 defined(DOXYGEN_ONLY) More...
 
int join_multicast_group (const SocketAddress &address)
 Subscribe to an IP multicast group. More...
 
int leave_multicast_group (const SocketAddress &address)
 Leave an IP multicast group. More...
 
nsapi_error_t bind (uint16_t port)
 Bind the socket to a port on which to receive data. More...
 
nsapi_error_t bind (const char *address, uint16_t port)
 Bind the socket to a specific address and port on which to receive data. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t bind (const SocketAddress &address)
 Bind a specific address to a socket. More...
 
virtual void set_blocking (bool blocking)
 Set blocking or non-blocking mode of the socket. More...
 
virtual void set_timeout (int timeout)
 Set timeout on blocking socket operations. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t setsockopt (int level, int optname, const void *optval, unsigned optlen)
 Set socket options. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t getsockopt (int level, int optname, void *optval, unsigned *optlen)
 Get socket options. More...
 
virtual void sigio (mbed::Callback< void()> func)
 Register a callback on state change of the socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t getpeername (SocketAddress *address)
 Get the remote-end peer associated with this socket. More...
 
void attach (mbed::Callback< void()> func)
 Register a callback on state change of the socket. More...
 
template<typename T , typename M >
void attach (T *obj, M method)
 Register a callback on state change of the socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t connect (const SocketAddress &address)=0
 Connects socket to a remote address. More...
 
virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t send (const void *data, nsapi_size_t size)=0
 Send data on a socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t recv (void *data, nsapi_size_t size)=0
 Receive data from a socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t sendto (const SocketAddress &address, const void *data, nsapi_size_t size)=0
 Send a message on a socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t recvfrom (SocketAddress *address, void *data, nsapi_size_t size)=0
 Receive a data from a socket. More...
 
virtual Socketaccept (nsapi_error_t *error=NULL)=0
 Accepts a connection on a socket. More...
 
virtual nsapi_error_t listen (int backlog=1)=0
 Listen for incoming connections. More...
 

Detailed Description

Socket implementation that uses IP network stack.

Not to be directly used by applications. Cannot be directly instantiated.

Definition at line 34 of file InternetSocket.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

virtual ~InternetSocket ( )
virtual

Destroy the socket.

Note
Closes socket if it's still open.

Member Function Documentation

virtual Socket* accept ( nsapi_error_t error = NULL)
pure virtualinherited

Accepts a connection on a socket.

The server socket must be bound and set to listen for connections. On a new connection, returns connected network socket to call close() that deallocates the resources. Referencing a returned pointer after a close() call is not allowed and leads to undefined behavior.

By default, accept blocks until incoming connection occurs. If socket is set to non-blocking or times out, error is set to NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK.

Parameters
errorPointer to storage of the error value or NULL.
Returns
Pointer to a socket.

Implemented in TCPSocket, UDPSocket, and TLSSocketWrapper.

void attach ( mbed::Callback< void()>  func)

Register a callback on state change of the socket.

See also
Socket::sigio
Deprecated:
The behavior of Socket::attach differs from other attach functions in Mbed OS and has been known to cause confusion. Replaced by Socket::sigio.
void attach ( T *  obj,
method 
)

Register a callback on state change of the socket.

See also
Socket::sigio
Deprecated:
The attach function does not support cv-qualifiers. Replaced by attach(callback(obj, method)).

Definition at line 148 of file InternetSocket.h.

nsapi_error_t bind ( uint16_t  port)

Bind the socket to a port on which to receive data.

Parameters
portLocal port to bind.
Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).
nsapi_error_t bind ( const char *  address,
uint16_t  port 
)

Bind the socket to a specific address and port on which to receive data.

If the IP address is zeroed, only the port is bound.

Parameters
addressNull-terminated local address to bind.
portLocal port to bind.
Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).
virtual nsapi_error_t bind ( const SocketAddress address)
virtual

Bind a specific address to a socket.

Binding a socket specifies the address and port on which to receive data. If the IP address is zeroed, only the port is bound.

Parameters
addressLocal address to bind.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implements Socket.

virtual nsapi_error_t close ( )
virtual

defined(DOXYGEN_ONLY)

Close any open connection, and deallocate any memory associated with the socket. Called from destructor if socket is not closed.

Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).

Implements Socket.

virtual nsapi_error_t connect ( const SocketAddress address)
pure virtualinherited

Connects socket to a remote address.

Attempts to make connection on connection-mode protocol or set or reset the peer address on connectionless protocol.

Connectionless protocols also use the connected address to filter incoming packets for recv() and recvfrom() calls.

To reset the peer address, there must be zero initialized(default constructor) SocketAddress objects in the address parameter.

Parameters
addressThe SocketAddress of the remote peer.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implemented in TLSSocketWrapper, UDPSocket, and TCPSocket.

virtual nsapi_error_t getpeername ( SocketAddress address)
virtual

Get the remote-end peer associated with this socket.

Copy the remote peer address to a SocketAddress structure pointed by address parameter. Socket must be connected to have a peer address associated.

Parameters
addressPointer to SocketAddress structure.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implements Socket.

virtual nsapi_error_t getsockopt ( int  level,
int  optname,
void *  optval,
unsigned *  optlen 
)
virtual

Get socket options.

getsockopt() allows an application to retrieve stack-specific options from the underlying stack using stack-specific level and option names, or to request generic options using levels from nsapi_socket_level_t.

For unsupported options, NSAPI_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED is returned and the socket is unmodified.

Parameters
levelStack-specific protocol level or nsapi_socket_level_t.
optnameLevel-specific option name.
optvalDestination for option value.
optlenLength of the option value.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implements Socket.

int join_multicast_group ( const SocketAddress address)

Subscribe to an IP multicast group.

Parameters
addressMulticast group IP address.
Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).
int leave_multicast_group ( const SocketAddress address)

Leave an IP multicast group.

Parameters
addressMulticast group IP address.
Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).
virtual nsapi_error_t listen ( int  backlog = 1)
pure virtualinherited

Listen for incoming connections.

Marks the socket as a passive socket that can be used to accept incoming connections.

Parameters
backlogNumber of pending connections that can be queued simultaneously, defaults to 1.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implemented in TCPSocket, UDPSocket, and TLSSocketWrapper.

nsapi_error_t open ( NetworkStack stack)

Open a network socket on the network stack of the given network interface.

Note
Not needed if stack is passed to the socket's constructor.
Parameters
stackNetwork stack as target for socket.
Returns
0 on success, negative error code on failure (
See also
nsapi_types.h).
virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t recv ( void *  data,
nsapi_size_t  size 
)
pure virtualinherited

Receive data from a socket.

Receive data from connected socket, or in the case of connectionless socket, equivalent to calling recvfrom(NULL, data, size).

If socket is connected, only packets coming from connected peer address are accepted.

Note
recv() is allowed write to data buffer even if an error occurs.

By default, recv blocks until some data is received. If socket is set to non-blocking or times out, NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK can be returned to indicate no data.

Parameters
dataDestination buffer for data received from the host.
sizeSize of the buffer in bytes.
Returns
Number of received bytes on success, negative error code on failure. If no data is available to be received and the peer has performed an orderly shutdown, recv() returns 0.

Implemented in UDPSocket, TLSSocketWrapper, and TCPSocket.

virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t recvfrom ( SocketAddress address,
void *  data,
nsapi_size_t  size 
)
pure virtualinherited

Receive a data from a socket.

Receives a data and stores the source address in address if address is not NULL. Returns the number of bytes written into the buffer.

If socket is connected, only packets coming from connected peer address are accepted.

Note
recvfrom() is allowed write to address and data buffers even if error occurs.

By default, recvfrom blocks until a datagram is received. If socket is set to non-blocking or times out with no data, NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK is returned.

Parameters
addressDestination for the source address or NULL
dataDestination buffer for datagram received from the host
sizeSize of the buffer in bytes
Returns
Number of received bytes on success, negative error code on failure

Implemented in TCPSocket, TLSSocketWrapper, and UDPSocket.

virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t send ( const void *  data,
nsapi_size_t  size 
)
pure virtualinherited

Send data on a socket.

The socket must be connected to a remote host before send() call. Returns the number of bytes sent from the buffer. In case of connectionless socket, sends data to pre-specified remote.

By default, send blocks until all data is sent. If socket is set to non-blocking or times out, a partial amount can be written. NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK is returned if no data was written.

Parameters
dataBuffer of data to send to the host.
sizeSize of the buffer in bytes.
Returns
Number of sent bytes on success, negative error code on failure.

Implemented in UDPSocket, TLSSocketWrapper, and TCPSocket.

virtual nsapi_size_or_error_t sendto ( const SocketAddress address,
const void *  data,
nsapi_size_t  size 
)
pure virtualinherited

Send a message on a socket.

The sendto() function sends a message through a connection-mode or connectionless-mode socket. If the socket is a connectionless-mode socket, the message is sent to the address specified. If the socket is a connected-mode socket, address is ignored.

By default, sendto blocks until data is sent. If socket is set to non-blocking or times out, NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK is returned immediately.

Parameters
addressRemote address
dataBuffer of data to send to the host
sizeSize of the buffer in bytes
Returns
Number of sent bytes on success, negative error code on failure

Implemented in TCPSocket, TLSSocketWrapper, and UDPSocket.

virtual void set_blocking ( bool  blocking)
virtual

Set blocking or non-blocking mode of the socket.

Initially all sockets are in blocking mode. In non-blocking mode blocking operations such as send/recv/accept return NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK if they cannot continue.

set_blocking(false) is equivalent to set_timeout(0) set_blocking(true) is equivalent to set_timeout(-1)

Parameters
blockingtrue for blocking mode, false for non-blocking mode.

Implements Socket.

virtual void set_timeout ( int  timeout)
virtual

Set timeout on blocking socket operations.

Initially all sockets have unbounded timeouts. NSAPI_ERROR_WOULD_BLOCK is returned if a blocking operation takes longer than the specified timeout. A timeout of 0 removes the timeout from the socket. A negative value gives the socket an unbounded timeout.

set_timeout(0) is equivalent to set_blocking(false) set_timeout(-1) is equivalent to set_blocking(true)

Parameters
timeoutTimeout in milliseconds

Implements Socket.

virtual nsapi_error_t setsockopt ( int  level,
int  optname,
const void *  optval,
unsigned  optlen 
)
virtual

Set socket options.

setsockopt() allows an application to pass stack-specific options to the underlying stack using stack-specific level and option names, or to request generic options using levels from nsapi_socket_level_t.

For unsupported options, NSAPI_ERROR_UNSUPPORTED is returned and the socket is unmodified.

Parameters
levelStack-specific protocol level or nsapi_socket_level_t.
optnameLevel-specific option name.
optvalOption value.
optlenLength of the option value.
Returns
NSAPI_ERROR_OK on success, negative error code on failure.

Implements Socket.

virtual void sigio ( mbed::Callback< void()>  func)
virtual

Register a callback on state change of the socket.

The specified callback is called on state changes, such as when the socket can receive/send/accept successfully and when an error occurs. The callback may also be called spuriously without reason.

The callback may be called in an interrupt context and should not perform expensive operations such as receive/send calls.

Note! This is not intended as a replacement for a poll or attach-like asynchronous API, but rather as a building block for constructing such functionality. The exact timing of the registered function is not guaranteed and susceptible to change.

Parameters
funcFunction to call on state change.

Implements Socket.

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