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Packet address to the local host Physical layer broadcast packet Physical layer multicast Packet destined for a different host, but caught by a device driver in promiscuous mode Packet originating on the machine, but which has looped back to a packet socket
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hatype is an integer specifying the hardware address type as used in the ARP protocol and defined in the <linux/if_arph> header file addr is a byte string containing a hardware address, the structure of which depends on the value of hatype For ethernet, addr will be a 6-byte string holding the hardware address
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Functions
The socket module defines the following functions:
create_connection(address [, timeout])
Establishes a SOCK_STREAM connection to address and returns an already connected socket object address is tuple of the form (host, port), and timeout specifies an optional timeoutThis function works by first calling getaddrinfo() and then trying to connect to each of the tuples that gets returned
fromfd(fd, family, socktype [, proto])
Creates a socket object from an integer file descriptor, fdThe address family, socket type, and protocol number are the same as for socket()The file descriptor must refer to a previously created socket It returns an instance of SocketType
getaddrinfo(host, port [,family [, socktype [, proto [, flags]]]])
Given host and port information about a host, this function returns a list of tuples containing information needed to open up a socket connection host is a string containing a host name or numerical IP address port is a number or a string representing a service name (for example, "http", "ftp", "smtp") Each returned tuple consists of five elements (family, socktype, proto, canonname, sockaddr)The family, socktype, and proto items have the same values as would be passed to the socket() function canonname is a string representing the canonical name of the host sockaddr is a tuple containing a socket address as described in the earlier section on Internet addresses Here s an example:
>>> getaddrinfo("wwwpythonorg",80) [(2,2,17,'',('194109137226',80)), (2,1,6,'',('194109137226'),80))]
In this example, getaddrinfo() has returned information about two possible socket connectionsThe first one (proto=17) is a UDP connection, and the second one (proto=6) is a TCP connectionThe additional parameters to getaddrinfo() can be used to narrow the selection For instance, this example returns information about establishing an IPv4 TCP connection:
>>> getaddrinfo("wwwpythonorg",80,AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM) [(2,1,6,'',('194109137226',80))]