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Struct ListeningPort

Namespace
Sisk.Core.Http
Assembly
Sisk.Core.dll

Provides a structure to contain a listener port for an ListeningHost instance.

public struct ListeningPort
Inherited Members

Examples

A listener port represents an access point on the HTTP server. It consists of an indicator that it should use a secure connection (HTTPS), its hostname and port.

It must start with https:// or http://, and must terminate with an /.

It is represented by the syntax:

  
[http|https]://[hostname]:[port]/

Examples:

http://localhost:80/
https://subdomain.domain.net:443/
http://182.32.112.223:5251/

Constructors

ListeningPort()

Creates an new ListeningPort instance with default parameters.

ListeningPort(bool, string, ushort)

Creates an new ListeningPort instance with the specified port, secure context and hostname.

ListeningPort(string)

Creates an new ListeningPort instance with the specified URI.

ListeningPort(ushort)

Creates an new ListeningPort instance with the specified port at the loopback host.

ListeningPort(ushort, bool)

Creates an new ListeningPort instance with the specified port and secure context at the loopback host.

Properties

Hostname

Gets or sets the DNS hostname pattern where this listening port will refer.

Port

Gets or sets the port where this listening port will refer.

Secure

Gets or sets whether the server should listen to this port securely (SSL).

Methods

Equals(object?)

Determines if another object is equals to this class instance.

GetHashCode()

Gets the hash code for this listening port.

GetRandomPort()

Gets an ListeningPort object with an random insecure port.

ToString()

Gets an string representation of this ListeningPort.