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 Address map structures
 Address specification types
 Channel Flags
 Connection context
 ip4addr_t and groupaddr_t
 PDU vector codes
 Reason codes
 struct chanParams_s
 struct Lcomponent_s
 struct Rcomponent_s
From SDT spec Table 7
a single element of the srch_amap_s search table.
an address map, type specified by maptype_e.
dummy structure defining the fields common to all address map types.
DMP related data for local or remote components (see component.h).
DMP is concerned with connections – these structures maintain the transport protocol relevant information including state and context data, details of remote and local components etc.
Local component DMP layer structure
DMP messsage vectors (commands)
Remote component DMP layer structure
Reason codes (From DMP spec)
Contains information required for DMP access to a property.
Flags for filtering ip address search GIPF_UP - self explanatory GIPF_BROADCAST - self explanatory GIPF_LOOPBACK - self explanatory GIPF_POINTOPOINT - self explanatory GIPF_PROMISC - self explanatory GIPF_ALLMULTI - self explanatory GIPF_MULTICAST - self explanatory GIPF_IPv4 - self explanatory GIPF_IPv6 - self explanatory
linear vector address map for direct property lookup.
IPv4 address, group and mask variables are usually kept and stored in network byte order.
Local channel owned by one of our components
Local component flags LCF_OPEN - Component is registered with SDT.
Member structures
Out of band SDT events as passed to membevent callback [sdt_register].
From SDT spec Table 3.
May already be defined in yout programming enironment.
Remote channel owned by a remote copmponent
From SDT spec Table 6.
Incoming wrappers.
Local component structure for SDT.
Remote component structure for SDT.
generic address map using binary search to find a region then possibly further tests as defined in Algorithm for address search.
Channel Parameters – applied to each local channel and separately to each local member of a remote channel.
Outgoing wrappers.