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util-proto-name.h
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18 /**
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21  * \author Gurvinder Singh <gurvindersinghdahiya@gmail.com>
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23 
24 #ifndef __UTIL_PROTO_NAME_H__
25 #define __UTIL_PROTO_NAME_H__
26 
27 #ifndef OS_WIN32
28 #define PROTO_FILE "/etc/protocols"
29 #else
30 #define PROTO_FILE "C:\\Windows\\system32\\drivers\\etc\\protocol"
31 #endif /* OS_WIN32 */
32 
33 /** Lookup array to hold the information related to known protocol
34  * in /etc/protocols */
35 char *known_proto[256];
36 
37 uint8_t SCProtoNameValid(uint16_t);
38 void SCProtoNameInit(void);
39 void SCProtoNameDeInit(void);
40 
41 #endif /* __UTIL_PROTO_NAME_H__ */
42 
char * known_proto[256]
uint8_t SCProtoNameValid(uint16_t)
Function to check if the received protocol number is valid and do we have corresponding name entry fo...
void SCProtoNameDeInit(void)
Function to clears the memory used in storing the protocol names.
void SCProtoNameInit(void)
Function to load the protocol names from the specified protocol file.