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config:sockopts.ini [2020/04/17 20:52]
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-====== ​sockopts.ini ​======+====== ​Socket Options ​======
  
-This [[:​config:​ini files|.ini file]] allows global control over the [[https://​linux.die.net/​man/​3/​setsockopt|socket options]] that are applied when Synchronet creates [[wp>​network sockets]].+The ''​[[dir:​ctrl]]/​sockopts.ini'' ​[[:​config:​ini files|.ini file]] allows global control over the [[https://​linux.die.net/​man/​3/​setsockopt|socket options]] that are applied when Synchronet creates [[wp>​network sockets]].
  
-The //root// section contains options that are applied to //all// opened sockets.+  * The //root// section contains options that are applied to //all// opened sockets.
  
-The ''​[tcp]''​ section contains options that are applied ​to only opened TCP  (so-called ''​STREAM''​) sockets. ​+  * The ''​[tcp]''​ section contains options that are applied ​//only// to opened TCP  (so-called ''​STREAM''​) sockets. ​
  
-The ''​[udp]''​ section contains options that are applied ​to only opened UDP (so-called ''​DATAGRAM''​) sockets. ​+  * The ''​[udp]''​ section contains options that are applied ​//only// to opened UDP (so-called ''​DATAGRAM''​) sockets. ​
  
-The ''​[unix]''​ section contains options that are applied ​to only opened //Unix Domain// sockets. ​+  * The ''​[unix]''​ section contains options that are applied ​//only// to opened //Unix Domain// sockets. ​
  
-Other sections may be defined with one or more //​protocol//​ names (separated by ''​|''​) as the section name and for these sections, the socket options contained within are only applied to opened sockets for the specified protocol(s).+  * Other sections may be defined with one or more //​protocol//​ names (separated by ''​|''​) as the section name and for these sections, the socket options contained within are //only// applied to opened sockets for the specified protocol(s).
  
 ===== Options ===== ===== Options =====
-Most of the options should not be changed by the sysop without ​very a detailed understanding of the effects. That said, here's the list of supported options (many are OS/Network stack dependent):+Most of the options should not be changed by the sysop without a detailed understanding of the effects. That said, here's the list of supported options (many are OS/Network stack dependent):
  
 ^ Option ^  ^ Option ^ 
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 | ''​REUSEADDR''​ | | ''​REUSEADDR''​ |
 | ''​REUSEPORT''​ | | ''​REUSEPORT''​ |
 +| ''​EXCLUSIVEADDRUSE''​ |
 | ''​KEEPALIVE''​ | | ''​KEEPALIVE''​ |
 | ''​DONTROUTE''​ | | ''​DONTROUTE''​ |
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 ===== See Also ===== ===== See Also =====
-  * [[:config:|config index]]+  * [[:config:|Configuration]]
   * [[https://​linux.die.net/​man/​3/​setsockopt|Linux socket interface]]   * [[https://​linux.die.net/​man/​3/​setsockopt|Linux socket interface]]
   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​windows/​win32/​winsock/​socket-options|Windows Socket Options]]   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​windows/​win32/​winsock/​socket-options|Windows Socket Options]]
   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​windows/​win32/​winsock/​sol-socket-socket-options|Windows SOL_SOCKET Socket Options]]   * [[https://​docs.microsoft.com/​en-us/​windows/​win32/​winsock/​sol-socket-socket-options|Windows SOL_SOCKET Socket Options]]
  
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 +{{tag>configuration operating_system ini}}
  

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