Wed Oct 28 11:53:44 2009

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ast_ha Struct Reference

internal representation of acl entries In principle user applications would have no need for this, but there is sometimes a need to extract individual items, e.g. to print them, and rather than defining iterators to navigate the list, and an externally visible 'struct ast_ha_entry', at least in the short term it is more convenient to make the whole thing public and let users play with them. More...

#include <acl.h>

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Data Fields

struct in_addr netaddr
struct in_addr netmask
struct ast_hanext
int sense

Detailed Description

internal representation of acl entries In principle user applications would have no need for this, but there is sometimes a need to extract individual items, e.g. to print them, and rather than defining iterators to navigate the list, and an externally visible 'struct ast_ha_entry', at least in the short term it is more convenient to make the whole thing public and let users play with them.

Definition at line 47 of file acl.h.


Field Documentation

struct in_addr netaddr [read]

struct in_addr netmask [read]

struct ast_ha* next [read]

int sense

Definition at line 51 of file acl.h.

Referenced by ast_append_ha(), ast_apply_ha(), and ast_copy_ha().


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