[][src]Struct tokio::net::TcpListener

pub struct TcpListener { /* fields omitted */ }

An I/O object representing a TCP socket listening for incoming connections.

This object can be converted into a stream of incoming connections for various forms of processing.

Methods

impl TcpListener
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Create a new TCP listener associated with this event loop.

The TCP listener will bind to the provided addr address, if available. If the result is Ok, the socket has successfully bound.

Attempt to accept a connection and create a new connected TcpStream if successful.

Note that typically for simple usage it's easier to treat incoming connections as a Stream of TcpStreams with the incoming method below.

Return

On success, returns Ok(Async::Ready((socket, addr))).

If the listener is not ready to accept, the method returns Ok(Async::NotReady) and arranges for the current task to receive a notification when the listener becomes ready to accept.

Panics

This function will panic if called from outside of a task context.

Attempt to accept a connection and create a new connected TcpStream if successful.

This function is the same as accept above except that it returns a std::net::TcpStream instead of a tokio::net::TcpStream. This in turn can then allow for the TCP stream to be associated with a different reactor than the one this TcpListener is associated with.

Return

On success, returns Ok(Async::Ready((socket, addr))).

If the listener is not ready to accept, the method returns Ok(Async::NotReady) and arranges for the current task to receive a notification when the listener becomes ready to accept.

Panics

This function will panic if called from outside of a task context.

Create a new TCP listener from the standard library's TCP listener.

This method can be used when the Handle::tcp_listen method isn't sufficient because perhaps some more configuration is needed in terms of before the calls to bind and listen.

This API is typically paired with the net2 crate and the TcpBuilder type to build up and customize a listener before it's shipped off to the backing event loop. This allows configuration of options like SO_REUSEPORT, binding to multiple addresses, etc.

The addr argument here is one of the addresses that listener is bound to and the listener will only be guaranteed to accept connections of the same address type currently.

Finally, the handle argument is the event loop that this listener will be bound to. Use Handle::default() to lazily bind to an event loop, just like bind does.

The platform specific behavior of this function looks like:

  • On Unix, the socket is placed into nonblocking mode and connections can be accepted as normal

  • On Windows, the address is stored internally and all future accepts will only be for the same IP version as addr specified. That is, if addr is an IPv4 address then all sockets accepted will be IPv4 as well (same for IPv6).

Returns the local address that this listener is bound to.

This can be useful, for example, when binding to port 0 to figure out which port was actually bound.

Consumes this listener, returning a stream of the sockets this listener accepts.

This method returns an implementation of the Stream trait which resolves to the sockets the are accepted on this listener.

Errors

Note that accepting a connection can lead to various errors and not all of them are necessarily fatal ‒ for example having too many open file descriptors or the other side closing the connection while it waits in an accept queue. These would terminate the stream if not handled in any way.

If aiming for production, decision what to do about them must be made. The tk-listen crate might be of some help.

Gets the value of the IP_TTL option for this socket.

For more information about this option, see set_ttl.

Sets the value for the IP_TTL option on this socket.

This value sets the time-to-live field that is used in every packet sent from this socket.

Trait Implementations

impl AsRawFd for TcpListener
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Extracts the raw file descriptor. Read more

impl Debug for TcpListener
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Formats the value using the given formatter. Read more

Auto Trait Implementations

impl Send for TcpListener

impl Sync for TcpListener

Blanket Implementations

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Performs the conversion.

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