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t_getprotaddr(3)					      t_getprotaddr(3)

       t_getprotaddr() - get the protocol address

       The  function  returns  local  and  remote protocol addresses currently
       associated with the transport endpoint specified by fd.	 In  boundaddr
       and  peeraddr  the  user specifies maxlen, which is the maximum size of
       the address buffer, and buf  which  points  to  the  buffer  where  the
       address	is to be placed.  On return, the buf field of boundaddr points
       to the address, if any, currently bound to fd, and the len field speci‐
       fies  the  length  of the address.  If the transport endpoint is in the
       state, zero is returned in the len field of boundaddr.  The  buf	 field
       of  peeraddr  points to the address, if any, currently connected to fd,
       and the len field specifies the length of the address.  If  the	trans‐
       port endpoint is not in the state, zero is returned in the len field of

   Valid States
       All - apart from

   Fork Safety
       is not fork-safe.

       Upon successful completion, a value of 0	 is  returned.	 Otherwise,  a
       value of −1 is returned, and is set to indicate the error.

       On failure, is set to the following

       [TBADF]		The specified identifier does not refer to a transport

       [TBUFOVFLW]	The number of bytes allocated for an incoming argument
			(maxlen) is greater than 0 but not sufficient to store
			the value of that argument.

       [TSYSERR]	A system error has occurred during execution  of  this

       [TPROTO]		This  error indicates that a communication problem has
			been detected between XTI and the  transport  provider
			for which there is no other suitable XTI (

       t_bind(3), thread_safety(5).


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