Classes that deal with all network connections and communications. More...
|Provides the BAbstractSocket interface. |
|BAbstractSocket implementation for datagram connections. |
|Authentication token for use in HTTP protocol communications. |
|Management of HTTP form data. |
|Management of HTTP headers. |
|Management of HTTP or HTTPS protocol requests. |
|Provides the BUrlProtocolAsynchronousListener interface. |
|Provides the BUrlProtocolListener abstract interface. |
|Provides the BUrlProtocolRoster interface. |
|Abstract interface for all socket connections. More...|
|BAbstractSocket implementation for datagram connections. More...|
|Authentication token for the HTTP protocol. More...|
|Container for all the BHttpFormData instances making up an HTTP form contents. More...|
|Stores a form data entry sent or received during an HTTP request. More...|
|Represent a single header field for an HTTP connection. More...|
|Container for a set of HTTP headers. More...|
|Handles a request over HTTP or HTTPS. More...|
|Provides a handler for BUrlProtocolDispatchingListener. More...|
|Abstract interface for handling BUrlRequest events. More...|
|Interfaces for protocol-agnostic operations. More...|
|Form Iterator. More...|
Classes that deal with all network connections and communications.
The Haiku Network Kit consists of:
The libnet.so shared library is the way that BeOS R5 provided POSIX/BSD API sockets to apps. Being binary compatible with BeOS R5 has made this library implementation tedious. To counter this, the libnetapi.so shared library was developed. It contains thin C++ classes wrapping the C sockets POSIX/BSD API into these BNet* classes we're used under BeOS.
The stack driver is the interface between libnet.so and the real stack behind it, hosted by the network stack kernel modules. Its purposes include:
The following diagram illustrates the network stack design on Haiku:
The Network Kit includes a handful of useful networking related apps including ping, ifconfig, route, traceroute, and arp.
See the User Guide for more information about the Network preferences app included as part of the Network Kit.