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ssl_get_rbio(3) [opendarwin man page]

SSL_get_rbio(3) 						      OpenSSL							   SSL_get_rbio(3)

NAME
SSL_get_rbio - get BIO linked to an SSL object SYNOPSIS
#include <openssl/ssl.h> BIO *SSL_get_rbio(SSL *ssl); BIO *SSL_get_wbio(SSL *ssl); DESCRIPTION
SSL_get_rbio() and SSL_get_wbio() return pointers to the BIOs for the read or the write channel, which can be different. The reference count of the BIO is not incremented. RETURN VALUES
The following return values can occur: NULL No BIO was connected to the SSL object Any other pointer The BIO linked to ssl. SEE ALSO
SSL_set_bio(3), ssl(3) , bio(3) 0.9.7d 2002-04-30 SSL_get_rbio(3)

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SSL_set_fd(3)							      OpenSSL							     SSL_set_fd(3)

NAME
SSL_set_fd - connect the SSL object with a file descriptor SYNOPSIS
#include <openssl/ssl.h> int SSL_set_fd(SSL *ssl, int fd); int SSL_set_rfd(SSL *ssl, int fd); int SSL_set_wfd(SSL *ssl, int fd); DESCRIPTION
SSL_set_fd() sets the file descriptor fd as the input/output facility for the TLS/SSL (encrypted) side of ssl. fd will typically be the socket file descriptor of a network connection. When performing the operation, a socket BIO is automatically created to interface between the ssl and fd. The BIO and hence the SSL engine inherit the behaviour of fd. If fd is non-blocking, the ssl will also have non-blocking behaviour. If there was already a BIO connected to ssl, BIO_free() will be called (for both the reading and writing side, if different). SSL_set_rfd() and SSL_set_wfd() perform the respective action, but only for the read channel or the write channel, which can be set independently. RETURN VALUES
The following return values can occur: 0 The operation failed. Check the error stack to find out why. 1 The operation succeeded. SEE ALSO
SSL_get_fd(3), SSL_set_bio(3), SSL_connect(3), SSL_accept(3), SSL_shutdown(3), ssl(3) , bio(3) 50 2013-03-05 SSL_set_fd(3)
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