Kamaelia docs : Kamaelia.Internet.Multicast_receiver.Multicast_receiver

Kamaelia.Internet.Multicast_receiver.Multicast_receiver

For examples and more explanations, see the module level docs.


class Multicast_receiver(Axon.Component.component)

Multicast_receiver(address, port) -> component that receives multicast traffic.

Creates a component that receives multicast packets in the given multicast group and sends it out of its "outbox" outbox.

Keyword arguments:

  • address -- address of multicast group (string)
  • port -- port number

Inboxes

  • control : NOT USED
  • inbox : NOT USED

Outboxes

  • outbox : Emits (src_addr, data_received)
  • signal : NOT USED

Methods defined here

Warning!

You should be using the inbox/outbox interface, not these methods (except construction). This documentation is designed as a roadmap as to their functionalilty for maintainers and new component developers.

__init__(self, address, port)

x.__init__(...) initializes x; see x.__class__.__doc__ for signature

main(self)

Main loop

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