TCP(3)                                                     TCP(3)

          tcp_sock, tcp_conn, tcp_listen, tcp_accept, tcp_rcmd - tcp

          #include <sys/inet/tcp_user.h>


          tcp_connect(fd, lport, faddr, fport)
          int fd;
          tcp_port lport, fport;
          in_addr faddr;

          tcp_listen(fd, lport, faddr, fport)
          int fd;
          tcp_port lport, fport;
          in_addr faddr;

          tcp_accept(fd, faddrp, fportp, devp)
          int fd, *devp;
          in_addr *faddrp;
          tcp_port *fportp;

          tcp_rcmd(host, port, locuser, remuser, cmd, fd2p)
          char *host, *port, *locuser, *remuser, *cmd;
          int *fd2p;

          These routines are loaded by the -lin option of ld(1).

          TCP is one of the many protocols which are layered upon IP
          (internet protocol).  It provides full duplex byte stream
          connections between end points called sockets.  The address
          of a socket is composed of the internet address of its host
          and the port number to which the socket is bound.

          Tcp_sock returns the file descriptor of an unbound socket.
          Once opened, a socket may be bound to a port number within
          the host and set up as the active or passive end of a con-
          nection.  Tcp_sock returns -1 if no sockets are available.

          Tcp_connect binds socket fd to port lport and attempts to
          set up a connection to the socket bound to port fport on
          host faddr. Tcp_connect returns 0 if the connection is
          established, -1 otherwise.  Communications proceeds by per-
          forming read(2) and write(2) on fd.

          Tcp_listen binds socket fd to port lport and configures the
          socket to listen for connection requests to that port.  If

     TCP(3)                                                     TCP(3)

          faddr and fport are non-zero, only connections coming from
          sockets on machine faddr and bound to port fport are lis-
          tened for.  Tcp_listen returns 0 on success, -1 otherwise.
          Select(2) can be used with a listening socket to provide
          asynchronous polling of connection requests.

          Tcp_accept waits for and accepts a connection request sent
          to the listening socket fd. When a connection arrives,
          tcp_accept fills in faddr and fport with the identity of the
          connector and returns a new fd over which communications can
          proceed.  Fd is left open and continues listening for con-

          Tcp_rcmd remotely executes a cmd on host as user remuser.
          Standard input is attached to cmd's standard input and cmd's
          standard output is attached to standard output.  If fd2p is
          non-zero, it is filled with the fd of a new TCP connection
          attached to cmd's standard error.  Otherwise, cmd's standard
          error is attached to its standard output.

          /dev/tcp* the socket devices

          internet(3), udp(3)