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SSL_FP(3)		 BSD Library Functions Manual		     SSL_FP(3)

NAME
     ssl_fdopen, ssl_log -- SSL	utility	routines

LIBRARY
     PDEL Library (libpdel, -lpdel)

SYNOPSIS
     #include <sys/types.h>
     #include <openssl/ssl.h>
     #include <pdel/io/ssl_fp.h>

     FILE *
     ssl_fdopen(SSL_CTX	*ssl_ctx, int fd, int server, const char *mtype,
	 ssl_logger_t *logger, void *logarg, u_int timeout);

     void
     ssl_log(ssl_logger_t *logger, void	*arg);

DESCRIPTION
     ssl_fdopen() converts an encrypted	SSL file descriptor into an unen-
     crypted stream.  When the returned	stream is closed via fclose(3),	so too
     is	the underlying file descriptor.

     ssl_ctx is	the SSL	context.  fd is	the original file descriptor, over
     which the SSL protocol is spoken.	server should be non-zero if the local
     side is the server.  The stream's private state is	allocated with
     typed_mem(3) type mtype.  An idle timeout may be specified	by setting
     timeout to	the number of seconds.

     logger, if	not NULL, is a pointer to a logging function having this type:

	typedef	void ssl_logger_t(void *arg, int sev, const char *fmt, ...);

     The logarg	is passed to logger() as arg.  sev is a	syslog(3) severity
     level, and	fmt is a printf(3) like	format string with subsequent argu-
     ments.

     ssl_log() is a routine for	logging	any SSL	error.	It takes a logger and
     arg as specified above.

RETURN VALUES
     ssl_fdopen() returns NULL if an error occurs, with	errno set appropri-
     ately.

SEE ALSO
     libpdel(3), syslog(3), typed_mem(3)

HISTORY
     The PDEL library was developed at Packet Design, LLC.
     http://www.packetdesign.com/

AUTHORS
     Archie Cobbs <archie@freebsd.org>

BSD				April 22, 2002				   BSD

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