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gnutls_heartbeat_set_timeouts(3) gnutls gnutls_heartbeat_set_timeouts(3)
gnutls_heartbeat_set_timeouts - API function
void gnutls_heartbeat_set_timeouts(gnutls_session_t session, unsigned int retrans_timeout,
unsigned int total_timeout);
is a gnutls_session_t structure.
unsigned int retrans_timeout
The time at which a retransmission will occur in milliseconds
unsigned int total_timeout
The time at which the connection will be aborted, in milliseconds.
This function will set the timeouts required for the DTLS handshake protocol. The retrans-
mission timeout is the time after which a message from the peer is not received, the pre-
vious messages will be retransmitted. The total timeout is the time after which the hand-
shake will be aborted with GNUTLS_E_TIMEDOUT.
The DTLS protocol recommends the values of 1 sec and 60 seconds respectively.
If the retransmission timeout is zero then the handshake will operate in a non-blocking
way, i.e., return GNUTLS_E_AGAIN.
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gnutls 3.1.15 gnutls_heartbeat_set_timeouts(3)
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