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udp6 is an interface to User Datagram Protocol sockets over IPv4 and IPv6.
Returns a new UDP socket object, which is simply a datagram socket object created by the socket egg.
The starred version is provided for API compatibility; here it does the same as the unstarred version, as all sockets are nonblocking.[procedure] (udp-bind! SOCKET HOST PORT)
Binds a UDP socket to an address and port as specified by HOST and PORT. HOST may be a string consisting of an IP address or hostname, or #f, in which case the unspecified address is used. If PORT is 0, a port will be allocated by the system automatically.[procedure] (udp-connect! SOCKET HOST PORT)
Connect a socket. In the case of UDP this does nothing more than associate a peer address with the socket in the kernel for use with later calls to send(2). UDP is a connectionless protocol.[procedure] (udp-send SOCKET STRING)
Send the bytes in STRING through SOCKET to its peer, as specified with a previous call to udp-connect!. If the socket is not connected, the system will return an error.[procedure] (udp-sendto SOCKET HOST PORT STRING)
Send the bytes in STRING through SOCKET to PORT on HOST.[procedure] (udp-recv SOCKET LENGTH)
Receive a packet and store the data in string of size LENGTH. Returns two values: the number of bytes received and the string consisting the message.[procedure] (udp-recvfrom SOCKET LENGTH)
Same as udp-recv except that two additional values are returned: the host string and port number from which the packet was received.[procedure] (udp-close-socket SOCKET)
Close a socket.[procedure] (udp-socket? THING)
Test whether THING is a UDP socket.[procedure] (udp-bound? SOCKET)
Test whether a UDP socket is bound to a local address and port.[procedure] (udp-connected? SOCKET)
Test whether a peer address and port has been associated with a UDP socket with a call to udp-connect!.[procedure] (udp-bound-port SOCKET)
Returns the port to which the socket is bound.
Input and output Scheme ports can be created from a connected UDP socket using socket-i/o-ports from the socket egg. An example will be provided in the future.
(use udp6) (define s (udp-open-socket)) (udp-connect! s "localhost" 13) ; daytime service (udp-send s "\n") (receive (n data host port) (udp-recvfrom s 64) (print n " bytes from " host ":" port ": " data)) (udp-close-socket s) ;; Prints one of the following: ;; 26 bytes from 127.0.0.1:13: Wed Dec 24 11:53:14 2003 ;; 26 bytes from ::1:13: Wed Dec 24 11:53:14 2003
This example can also be written directly with the socket egg:
(use socket) (define s (socket-connect/ai (address-information "localhost" 13 type: sock/dgram))) (socket-send s "\n") (receive (data addr) (socket-receive-from s 64) (print (string-length data) " bytes from " (sockaddr->string addr) ": " data)) (socket-close s) ;; Prints one of the following: ;; 26 bytes from 127.0.0.1:13: Sat Feb 12 03:53:46 CST 2011 ;; 26 bytes from [::1]:13: Sat Feb 12 03:53:46 CST 2011
Bugs and limitations
Multicast is not yet implemented.
About this egg
- Initial release
See udp for previous history (up to 1.14).
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