DTLS packet peer.
This class represents a DTLS peer connection. It can be used to connect to a DTLS server, and is returned by DTLSServer.take_connection.
Note: When exporting to Android, make sure to enable the
INTERNET permission in the Android export preset before exporting the project or using one-click deploy. Otherwise, network communication of any kind will be blocked by Android.
Warning: TLS certificate revocation and certificate pinning are currently not supported. Revoked certificates are accepted as long as they are otherwise valid. If this is a concern, you may want to use automatically managed certificates with a short validity period.
get_status ( ) const
poll ( )
Status STATUS_DISCONNECTED =
A status representing a PacketPeerDTLS that is disconnected.
Status STATUS_HANDSHAKING =
A status representing a PacketPeerDTLS that is currently performing the handshake with a remote peer.
Status STATUS_CONNECTED =
A status representing a PacketPeerDTLS that is connected to a remote peer.
Status STATUS_ERROR =
A status representing a PacketPeerDTLS in a generic error state.
Status STATUS_ERROR_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH =
An error status that shows a mismatch in the DTLS certificate domain presented by the host and the domain requested for validation.
packet_peer beginning the DTLS handshake using the underlying PacketPeerUDP which must be connected (see PacketPeerUDP.connect_to_host). If
true, PacketPeerDTLS will validate that the certificate presented by the remote peer and match it with the
for_hostname argument. You can specify a custom X509Certificate to use for validation via the
void disconnect_from_peer ( )
Disconnects this peer, terminating the DTLS session.
Status get_status ( ) const
Returns the status of the connection. See Status for values.
void poll ( )
Poll the connection to check for incoming packets. Call this frequently to update the status and keep the connection working.