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Constants and types used for SYNC Policy app IPC.
Constants for understanding and building request and reply IPC messages between the mgmt (ped), ctrl (cpd), and data (pfd) components
Definition in file policy_ipc.h.
|#define CPD_PORT_NUM 7079
Port that the CPD listens on for connection from the data component
Definition at line 36 of file policy_ipc.h.
Referenced by connect_cpd().
|#define PED_PORT_NUM 7079
Port that the PED listens on for connection from ctrl/data components
Definition at line 31 of file policy_ipc.h.
Referenced by connect_ped().
Enumeration Type Documentation
The applicable component IDs
The ID value for the management component (PED). |
The ID value for the control component (CPD). |
The ID value for the data component (PFD). |
Definition at line 66 of file policy_ipc.h.
Applicable IPC Message subtypes when talking to the CPD
Message requests the authorized users and contains no data (sent by PFD to CPD). |
Message contains an authorized user (sent by CPD to PFD). |
Message contains an unauthorized user (previously authorized) (sent by CPD to PFD). |
Definition at line 53 of file policy_ipc.h.
Applicable IPC Message subtypes when talking to the PED
Message contains the component ID (sent to PED by CPD & PFD). |
Message contains the other PIC's peer info (sent by PED to PFD). |
Message contains the PFD and CPD addresses (sent by PED to CPD & PFD). |
Definition at line 44 of file policy_ipc.h.
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