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ssl_get_fd(3ssl) [xfree86 man page]

SSL_get_fd(3SSL)						      OpenSSL							  SSL_get_fd(3SSL)

SSL_get_fd - get file descriptor linked to an SSL object SYNOPSIS
#include <openssl/ssl.h> int SSL_get_fd(const SSL *ssl); int SSL_get_rfd(const SSL *ssl); int SSL_get_wfd(const SSL *ssl); DESCRIPTION
SSL_get_fd() returns the file descriptor which is linked to ssl. SSL_get_rfd() and SSL_get_wfd() return the file descriptors for the read or the write channel, which can be different. If the read and the write channel are different, SSL_get_fd() will return the file descriptor of the read channel. RETURN VALUES
The following return values can occur: -1 The operation failed, because the underlying BIO is not of the correct type (suitable for file descriptors). >=0 The file descriptor linked to ssl. SEE ALSO
SSL_set_fd(3), ssl(3) , bio(3) 1.0.1e 2013-02-11 SSL_get_fd(3SSL)

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SSL_set_fd(3SSL)						      OpenSSL							  SSL_set_fd(3SSL)

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) 1.0.1e 2013-02-11 SSL_set_fd(3SSL)
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