pub trait DeviceLayerEventDispatcher: DeviceLayerTypes + Sized {
    // Required methods
    fn wake_rx_task(&mut self, device: &LoopbackDeviceId<Self>);
    fn wake_tx_task(&mut self, device: &DeviceId<Self>);
    fn send_frame(
        &mut self,
        device: &EthernetDeviceId<Self>,
        frame: Buf<Vec<u8>>
    ) -> Result<(), DeviceSendFrameError<Buf<Vec<u8>>>>;
}
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An event dispatcher for the device layer.

See the EventDispatcher trait in the crate root for more details.

Required Methods§

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fn wake_rx_task(&mut self, device: &LoopbackDeviceId<Self>)

Signals to the dispatcher that RX frames are available and ready to be handled by handle_queued_rx_packets.

Implementations must make sure that handle_queued_rx_packets is scheduled to be called as soon as possible so that enqueued RX frames are promptly handled.

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fn wake_tx_task(&mut self, device: &DeviceId<Self>)

Signals to the dispatcher that TX frames are available and ready to be sent by transmit_queued_tx_frames.

Implementations must make sure that transmit_queued_tx_frames is scheduled to be called as soon as possible so that enqueued TX frames are promptly sent.

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fn send_frame( &mut self, device: &EthernetDeviceId<Self>, frame: Buf<Vec<u8>> ) -> Result<(), DeviceSendFrameError<Buf<Vec<u8>>>>

Send a frame to a device driver.

If there was an MTU error while attempting to serialize the frame, the original buffer is returned in the Err variant. All other errors (for example, errors in allocating a buffer) are silently ignored and reported as success. Implementations are expected to gracefully handle non-conformant but correctable input, e.g. by padding too-small frames.

Object Safety§

This trait is not object safe.

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