pub struct FakeBindingsCtx(/* private fields */);
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Test-only implementation of crate::BindingsContext.

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impl FakeBindingsCtx

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pub fn take_ethernet_frames( &mut self ) -> Vec<(EthernetWeakDeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>, Vec<u8>)>

Take all ethernet frames sent so far.

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Panics if the there are non-Ethernet frames stored.

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pub fn take_ip_frames( &mut self ) -> Vec<(PureIpDeviceAndIpVersion<FakeBindingsCtx>, Vec<u8>)>

Take all IP frames sent so far.

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Panics if the there are non-IP frames stored.

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impl Clone for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn clone(&self) -> FakeBindingsCtx

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl Default for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn default() -> FakeBindingsCtx

Returns the “default value” for a type. Read more
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impl DeviceLayerEventDispatcher for FakeBindingsCtx

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

Signals to the dispatcher that RX frames are available and ready to be handled by [handle_queued_rx_packets]. Read more
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fn wake_tx_task(&mut self, device: &DeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>)

Signals to the dispatcher that TX frames are available and ready to be sent by [transmit_queued_tx_frames]. Read more
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fn send_ethernet_frame( &mut self, device: &EthernetDeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>, frame: Buf<Vec<u8>> ) -> Result<(), DeviceSendFrameError<Buf<Vec<u8>>>>

Send a frame to an Ethernet device driver. Read more
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fn send_ip_packet( &mut self, device: &PureIpDeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>, packet: Buf<Vec<u8>>, ip_version: IpVersion ) -> Result<(), DeviceSendFrameError<Buf<Vec<u8>>>>

Send an IP packet to an IP device driver. Read more
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impl DeviceLayerStateTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type LoopbackDeviceState = ()

The state associated with loopback devices.
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type EthernetDeviceState = ()

The state associated with ethernet devices.
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type PureIpDeviceState = ()

The state associated with pure IP devices.
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type DeviceIdentifier = MonotonicIdentifier

An opaque identifier that is available from both strong and weak device references.
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impl DeviceSocketBindingsContext<DeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>> for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn receive_frame( &self, state: &Self::SocketState, device: &DeviceId<Self>, _frame: Frame<&[u8]>, raw_frame: &[u8] )

Called for each received frame that matches the provided socket. Read more
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impl DeviceSocketTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type SocketState = Mutex<Vec<(WeakDeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>, Vec<u8>)>>

State for the socket held by core and exposed to bindings.
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impl<T: Into<DispatchedEvent>> EventContext<T> for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn on_event(&mut self, event: T)

Handles event.
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impl FilterBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type DeviceClass = ()

The device class type for devices installed in the netstack.
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impl<I: IpExt> IcmpEchoBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>> for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn receive_icmp_echo_reply<B: BufferMut>( &mut self, conn: &IcmpSocketId<I, WeakDeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>, FakeBindingsCtx>, _device: &DeviceId<Self>, _src_ip: I::Addr, _dst_ip: I::Addr, _id: u16, data: B )

Receives an ICMP echo reply.
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impl IcmpEchoBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type ExternalData<I: Ip> = ()

Opaque bindings data held by core for a given IP version.
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impl InstantBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type Instant = FakeInstant

The type of an instant in time. Read more
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impl InstantContext for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn now(&self) -> FakeInstant

Returns the current instant. Read more
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impl<D: LinkDevice> LinkResolutionContext<D> for FakeBindingsCtx

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type Notifier = ()

A notifier held by core that can be used to inform interested parties of the result of link address resolution.
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impl ReferenceNotifiers for FakeBindingsCtx

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type ReferenceReceiver<T: 'static> = Infallible

The receiver for shared reference destruction notifications.
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type ReferenceNotifier<T: Send + 'static> = Infallible

The notifier for shared reference destruction notifications.
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fn new_reference_notifier<T: Send + 'static, D: Debug>( debug_references: D ) -> (Self::ReferenceNotifier<T>, Self::ReferenceReceiver<T>)

Creates a new Notifier/Receiver pair for T. Read more
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impl RngContext for FakeBindingsCtx

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type Rng<'a> = FakeCryptoRng<XorShiftRng>

The random number generator (RNG) provided by this RngContext. Read more
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fn rng(&mut self) -> Self::Rng<'_>

Gets the random number generator (RNG).
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impl TcpBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type ReceiveBuffer = Arc<Mutex<RingBuffer>>

Receive buffer used by TCP.
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type SendBuffer = TestSendBuffer

Send buffer used by TCP.
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type ReturnedBuffers = ClientBuffers

The object that will be returned by the state machine when a passive open connection becomes established. The bindings can use this object to read/write bytes from/into the created buffers.
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type ListenerNotifierOrProvidedBuffers = ProvidedBuffers

The extra information provided by the Bindings that implements platform dependent behaviors. It serves as a ListenerNotifier if the socket was used as a listener and it will be used to provide buffers if used to establish connections.
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fn new_passive_open_buffers( buffer_sizes: BufferSizes ) -> (Self::ReceiveBuffer, Self::SendBuffer, Self::ReturnedBuffers)

Creates new buffers and returns the object that Bindings need to read/write from/into the created buffers.
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fn default_buffer_sizes() -> BufferSizes

The buffer sizes to use when creating new sockets.
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impl TimerBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type Timer = TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>

State for a timer created through [TimerContext].
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type DispatchId = TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>

The type used to dispatch fired timers from bindings to core.
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impl TimerContext<TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>> for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn schedule_timer_instant( &mut self, time: FakeInstant, id: TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx> ) -> Option<FakeInstant>

Schedule a timer to fire at some point in the future. Read more
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fn cancel_timer(&mut self, id: TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>) -> Option<FakeInstant>

Cancel a timer. Read more
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fn cancel_timers_with<F: FnMut(&TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>) -> bool>( &mut self, f: F )

Cancel all timers which satisfy a predicate. Read more
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fn scheduled_instant(&self, id: TimerId<FakeBindingsCtx>) -> Option<FakeInstant>

Get the instant a timer will fire, if one is scheduled. Read more
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fn schedule_timer( &mut self, duration: Duration, id: Id ) -> Option<Self::Instant>

Schedule a timer to fire after some duration. Read more
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impl TimerContext2 for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn new_timer(&mut self, id: Self::DispatchId) -> Self::Timer

Creates a new timer that dispatches id back to core when fired. Read more
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fn schedule_timer_instant2( &mut self, time: Self::Instant, timer: &mut Self::Timer ) -> Option<Self::Instant>

Schedule a timer to fire at some point in the future. Returns the previously scheduled instant, if this timer was scheduled.
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fn cancel_timer2(&mut self, timer: &mut Self::Timer) -> Option<Self::Instant>

Cancel a timer. Read more
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fn scheduled_instant2(&self, timer: &mut Self::Timer) -> Option<Self::Instant>

Get the instant a timer will fire, if one is scheduled.
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fn schedule_timer2( &mut self, duration: Duration, timer: &mut Self::Timer ) -> Option<Self::Instant>

Like [schedule_timer_instant2] but schedules a time for duration in the future.
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impl TracingContext for FakeBindingsCtx

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type DurationScope = ()

The scope of a trace duration. Read more
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fn duration(&self, _: &'static CStr)

Writes a duration event which ends when the returned scope is dropped. Read more
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impl UdpBindingsTypes for FakeBindingsCtx

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type ExternalData<I: Ip> = ()

Opaque bindings data held by core for a given IP version.
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impl<I: IpExt> UdpReceiveBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<FakeBindingsCtx>> for FakeBindingsCtx

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fn receive_udp<B: BufferMut>( &mut self, id: &UdpSocketId<I, WeakDeviceId<Self>, FakeBindingsCtx>, _device: &DeviceId<Self>, _dst_addr: (I::Addr, NonZeroU16), _src_addr: (I::Addr, Option<NonZeroU16>), body: &B )

Receives a UDP packet on a socket.

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impl<Id, Ctx> FakeTimerCtxExt<Id> for Ctx
where Id: Clone, Ctx: WithFakeTimerContext<Id>,

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fn trigger_next_timer<H>(&mut self, handler: &mut H) -> Option<Id>
where H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>,

Triggers the next timer, if any, by calling f on it.

trigger_next_timer triggers the next timer, if any, advances the internal clock to the timer’s scheduled time, and returns its ID.

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fn trigger_timers_until_instant<H>( &mut self, instant: FakeInstant, handler: &mut H ) -> Vec<Id>
where H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>,

Skips the current time forward until instant, triggering all timers until then, inclusive, by giving them to handler.

Returns the timers which were triggered.

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Panics if instant is in the past.

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fn trigger_timers_for<H>( &mut self, duration: Duration, handler: &mut H ) -> Vec<Id>
where H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>,

Skips the current time forward by duration, triggering all timers until then, inclusive, by calling f on them.

Returns the timers which were triggered.

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fn trigger_timers_and_expect_unordered<I, H>( &mut self, timers: I, handler: &mut H )
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Id>, H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>, Id: Debug + Hash + Eq,

Triggers timers and expects them to be the given timers.

The number of timers to be triggered is taken to be the number of timers produced by timers. Timers may be triggered in any order.

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Panics under the following conditions:

  • Fewer timers could be triggered than expected
  • Timers were triggered that were not expected
  • Timers that were expected were not triggered
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fn trigger_timers_until_and_expect_unordered<I, H>( &mut self, instant: FakeInstant, timers: I, handler: &mut H )
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Id>, H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>, Id: Debug + Hash + Eq,

Triggers timers until instant and expects them to be the given timers.

Like trigger_timers_and_expect_unordered, except that timers will only be triggered until instant (inclusive).

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fn trigger_timers_for_and_expect<I, H>( &mut self, duration: Duration, timers: I, handler: &mut H )
where I: IntoIterator<Item = Id>, H: TimerHandler<Ctx, Id>, Id: Debug + Hash + Eq,

Triggers timers for duration and expects them to be the given timers.

Like trigger_timers_and_expect_unordered, except that timers will only be triggered for duration (inclusive).

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impl<O> BindingsTypes for O
where O: InstantBindingsTypes + DeviceLayerTypes<DispatchId = TimerId<O>> + TcpBindingsTypes + FilterBindingsTypes + IcmpBindingsTypes + UdpBindingsTypes + TimerBindingsTypes,

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impl<I, BC> IpBindingsContext<I> for BC
where I: IpExt, BC: BindingsTypes + RngContext + UdpBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<BC>> + TcpBindingsContext<I, WeakDeviceId<BC>> + FilterBindingsContext + IcmpBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<BC>> + IpDeviceBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<BC>> + IpLayerBindingsContext<I, DeviceId<BC>> + NudBindingsContext<I, EthernetLinkDevice, BaseDeviceId<EthernetLinkDevice, BC>> + DeviceLayerEventDispatcher + DeviceSocketBindingsContext<DeviceId<BC>> + ReferenceNotifiers + TracingContext + 'static,

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