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Networking Sockets

These are part of the newer networking classes; not to be confused with the older, now-deprecated Networking class.

Only available in the main GodotSteam branches and GodotSteam Server branches

Functions

acceptConnection

acceptConnection( uint32 connection_handle )

Accept an incoming connection that has been received on a listen socket.

Returns: int

beginAsyncRequestFakeIP

beginAsyncRequestFakeIP( int num_ports )

Begin asynchronous process of allocating a fake IPv4 address that other peers can use to contact us via P2P. IP addresses returned by this function are globally unique for a given app ID.

Triggers a fake_ip_result callback.

Returns: bool

False if a request was already in progress, true if a new request was started.


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

closeConnection

closeConnection( uint32 peer, int reason, string debug_message, bool linger )

Disconnects from the remote host and invalidates the connection handle. Any unread data on the connection is discarded.

reason is an application defined code that will be received on the other end and recorded (when possible) in backend analytics. The value should come from a restricted range. (See ESteamNetConnectionEnd.) If you don't need to communicate any information to the remote host, and do not want analytics to be able to distinguish "normal" connection terminations from "exceptional" ones, you may pass zero, in which case the generic value of CONNECTION_END_APP_MIN will be used.

debug_message is an optional human-readable diagnostic string that will be received by the remote host and recorded (when possible) in backend analytics.

Returns: bool


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

closeListenSocket

closeListenSocket( uint32 socket )

Destroy a listen socket. All the connections that were accepted on the listen socket are closed ungracefully.

Returns: bool

configureConnectionLanes

configureConnectionLanes()

Configure multiple outbound messages streams ("lanes") on a connection, and control head-of-line blocking between them. Messages within a given lane are always sent in the order they are queued, but messages from different lanes may be sent out of order. Each lane has its own message number sequence. The first message sent on each lane will be assigned the number 1.

Each lane has a "priority". Lower priority lanes will only be processed when all higher-priority lanes are empty. The magnitudes of the priority values are not relevant, only their sort order. Higher numeric values take priority over lower numeric values.

Each lane also is assigned a weight, which controls the approximate proportion of the bandwidth that will be consumed by the lane, relative to other lanes of the same priority. (This is assuming the lane stays busy. An idle lane does not build up "credits" to be be spent once a message is queued.) This value is only meaningful as a proportion, relative to other lanes with the same priority. For lanes with different priorities, the strict priority order will prevail, and their weights relative to each other are not relevant. Thus, if a lane has a unique priority value, the weight value for that lane is not relevant.

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

connectP2P

connectP2P( string identity_reference, int port, array options )

Begin connecting to a server that is identified using a platform-specific identifier. This uses the default rendezvous service, which depends on the platform and library configuration. (E.g. on Steam, it goes through the steam backend.) The traffic is relayed over the Steam Datagram Relay network.

If you use this, you probably want to call initRelayNetworkAccess when your app initializes. If you need to set any initial config options, pass them here.

See SteamNetworkingConfigValue_t for more about why this is preferable to setting the options "immediately" after creation.

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

connectToHostedDedicatedServer

connectToHostedDedicatedServer( string identity_reference, int virtual_port, array options )

Client call to connect to a server hosted in a Valve data center, on the specified virtual port. You must have placed a ticket for this server into the cache, or else this connect attempt will fail!

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

createFakeUDPPort

createFakeUDPPort( int fake_server_port)

Get an interface that can be used like a UDP port to send/receive datagrams to a FakeIP address. This is intended to make it easy to port existing UDP-based code to take advantage of SDR.

fake_server_port refers to the index of the port allocated using beginAsyncRequestFakeIP and is used to create "server" ports. You may call this before the allocation has completed. However, any attempts to send packets will fail until the allocation has succeeded. When the peer receives packets sent from this interface, the from address of the packet will be the globally-unique FakeIP. If you call this function multiple times and pass the same (nonnegative) fake port index, the same object will be returned, and this object is not reference counted.

To create a "client" port (e.g. the equivalent of an ephemeral UDP port) pass -1. In this case, a distinct object will be returned for each call. When the peer receives packets sent from this interface, the peer will assign a FakeIP from its own locally-controlled namespace.

Returns: void

createHostedDedicatedServerListenSocket

createHostedDedicatedServerListenSocket( int virtual_port, array options )

Create a listen socket on the specified virtual port. The physical UDP port to use will be determined by the SDR_LISTEN_PORT environment variable. If a UDP port is not configured, this call will fail.

This function should be used when you are using the ticket generator library to issue your own tickets. Clients connecting to the server on this virtual port will need a ticket, and they must connect using connectToHostedDedicatedServer.

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

createListenSocketIP

createListenSocketIP( string ip_reference, Array options )

Creates a "server" socket that listens for clients to connect to by calling connectByIPAddress, over ordinary UDP (IPv4 or IPv6)

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

createListenSocketP2P

createListenSocketP2P( int virtual_port, array options )

Like createListenSocketIP, but clients will connect using connectP2P. The connection will be relayed through the Valve network.

virtual_port specifies how clients can connect to this socket using connectP2P. It's very common for applications to only have one listening socket; in that case, use zero. If you need to open multiple listen sockets and have clients be able to connect to one or the other, then virtual_port should be a small integer (<1000) unique to each listen socket you create.

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

createListenSocketP2PFakeIP

createListenSocketP2PFakeIP( int fake_port, array options )

Create a listen socket that will listen for P2P connections sent to our FakeIP. A peer can initiate connections to this listen socket by calling connectByIPAddress.

fake_port refers to the index of the fake port requested, not the actual port number. For example, pass 0 to refer to the first port in the reservation. You must call this only after calling beginAsyncRequestFakeIP. However, you do not need to wait for the request to complete before creating the listen socket.

Pass your options as an array of arrays; each sub-array containing:

  • config value (int)
  • data type (int)
  • data value (int or string)

Alternately you can pass an empty array.

Returns: uint32

createPollGroup

createPollGroup()

Create a new poll group.

You should destroy the poll group when you are done using destroyPollGroup.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

createSocketPair

createSocketPair( bool loopback, string identity_reference1, string identity_reference2 )

Create a pair of connections that are talking to each other, e.g. a loopback connection. This is very useful for testing, or so that your client/server code can work the same even when you are running a local "server".

The two connections will immediately be placed into the connected state, and no callbacks will be posted immediately. After this, if you close either connection, the other connection will receive a callback, exactly as if they were communicating over the network. You must close both sides in order to fully clean up the resources!

By default, internal buffers are used, completely bypassing the network, the chopping up of messages into packets, encryption, copying the payload, etc. This means that loopback packets, by default, will not simulate lag or loss. Passing true for loopback will cause the socket pair to send packets through the local network loopback device (127.0.0.1) on ephemeral ports. Fake lag and loss are supported in this case, and CPU time is expended to encrypt and decrypt.

If you wish to assign a specific identity to either connection, you may pass a particular identity. Otherwise, if you pass nullptr, the respective connection will assume a generic "localhost" identity. If you use real network loopback, this might be translated to the actual bound loopback port. Otherwise, the port will be zero.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • success (bool)
  • connection1 (int)
  • connection2 (int)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

destroyPollGroup

destroyPollGroup( uint32 poll_group )

Destroy a poll group created with createPollGroup.

If there are any connections in the poll group, they are removed from the group, and left in a state where they are not part of any poll group. Returns false if passed an invalid poll group handle.

Returns: bool


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

findRelayAuthTicketForServer

findRelayAuthTicketForServer( int gameServer, int port )

Search cache for a ticket to talk to the server on the specified virtual port. If found, returns the number of seconds until the ticket expires, and optionally the complete cracked ticket. Returns 0 if we don't have a ticket.

Currently not enabled; requires datagram header.

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

flushMessagesOnConnection

flushMessagesOnConnection( uint32 connection_handle )

Flush any messages waiting on the Nagle timer and send them at the next transmission opportunity (often that means right now).

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getAuthenticationStatus

getAuthenticationStatus()

Query our readiness to participate in authenticated communications. A network_authentication_status callback is posted any time this status changes, but you can use this function to query it at any time.

Returns: int

getCertificateRequest

getCertificateRequest()

Certificate provision by the application. On Steam, we normally handle all this automatically and you will not need to use these advanced functions.

Get blob that describes a certificate request. You can send this to your game coordinator. Pass this blob to your game coordinator and call SteamDatagram_CreateCert.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • certificate (int)
  • cert_size (int)
  • error_message (string)

getConnectionInfo

getConnectionInfo( uint32 connection_handle )

Returns basic information about the high-level state of the connection. Returns false if the connection handle is invalid.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • identity (string)
  • user_data (uint64)
  • listen_socket (uint32)
  • remote_address (string)
  • remote_pop (uint32)
  • pop_relay (uint32)
  • connection_state (int)
  • end_reason (int)
  • end_debug (string)
  • debug_description (string)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getConnectionName

getConnectionName( int peer )

Fetch connection name into your buffer, which is at least nMaxLen bytes. Returns false if handle is invalid.

Returns: string


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

GetConnectionRealTimeStatus

GetConnectionRealTimeStatus( uint32 connection_handle, int lanes, bool get_status )

Returns a small set of information about the real-time state of the connection and the queue status of each lane.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • connection_status (dictionary):

    • state (int)
    • ping (int)
    • local_quality (float)
    • remote_quality (float)
    • packets_out_per_second (float)
    • bytes_out_per_second (float)
    • packets_in_per_second (float)
    • bytes_in_per_second (float)
    • send_rate (int)
    • pending_unreliable (int)
    • pending_reliable (int)
    • send_unacknowledged_reliable (int)
    • queue_time (uint64_t)
  • lanes_status (array):

    • lane_status (dictionary):
      • pending_unreliable (int)
      • pending_reliable (int)
      • sent_unacknowledged_reliatble (int)
      • queue_time (uint64_t)

getConnectionUserData

getConnectionUserData( uint32 peer )

Fetch connection user data. Returns -1 if handle is invalid or if you haven't set any userdata on the connection.

Returns: uint64_t


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getDetailedConnectionStatus

getDetailedConnectionStatus( uint32 connection_handle )

Returns very detailed connection stats in diagnostic text format. Useful for dumping to a log, etc. The format of this information is subject to change.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • success (int)
  • buffer (string)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getFakeIP

getFakeIP( int first_port )

Return info about the FakeIP and port(s) that we have been assigned, if any.

first_port is currently reserved and must be zero. Make sure and check result.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • result (int)
  • identity_type (int)
  • ip (uint32)
  • ports (uint16)

getGameCoordinatorServerLogin

getGameCoordinatorServerLogin()

Generate an authentication blob that can be used to securely login with your backend, using SteamDatagram_ParseHostedServerLogin. (See steamdatagram_gamecoordinator.h)

Currently not enabled.

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getHostedDedicatedServerAddress

getHostedDedicatedServerAddress()

Return info about the hosted server. This contains the PoPID of the server, and opaque routing information that can be used by the relays to send traffic to your server.

Currently not enabled.

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getHostedDedicatedServerPOPId

getHostedDedicatedServerPOPId()

Returns 0 if SDR_LISTEN_PORT is not set. Otherwise, returns the data center the server is running in. This will be k_SteamDatagramPOPID_dev in non-production envirionment.

Returns: uint32


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getHostedDedicatedServerPort

getHostedDedicatedServerPort()

Returns the value of the SDR_LISTEN_PORT environment variable. This is the UDP server your server will be listening on. This will configured automatically for you in production environments.

Returns: uint16


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getListenSocketAddress

getListenSocketAddress( uint32 socket, bool with_port )

Returns local IP and port that a listen socket created using CreateListenSocketIP is bound to. The with_port argument defaults to true.

Returns: string

Note: This is not how you find out your public IP that clients can connect to.


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

getIdentity

getIdentity()

Get the identity assigned to this interface.

E.g. on Steam, this is the user's Steam ID, or for the gameserver interface, the Steam ID assigned to the gameserver. Returns false and sets the result to an invalid identity if we don't know our identity yet. (E.g. GameServer has not logged in. On Steam, the user will know their SteamID even if they are not signed into Steam.)

Returns: string

getRemoteFakeIPForConnection

getRemoteFakeIPForConnection( uint32 connection_handle )

If the connection was initiated using the "FakeIP" system, then we we can get an IP address for the remote host. If the remote host had a global FakeIP at the time the connection was established, this function will return that global IP.

Otherwise, a FakeIP that is unique locally will be allocated from the local FakeIP address space, and that will be returned.

This should also add the returning struct to your ip_addresses vector as fake_ip_address.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • result (int)
  • port (uint16)
  • ip_type (int)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

initAuthentication

initAuthentication()

Indicate our desire to be ready participate in authenticated communications. If we are currently not ready, then steps will be taken to obtain the necessary certificates. (This includes a certificate for us, as well as any CA certificates needed to authenticate peers.)

Returns: int


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

receiveMessagesOnConnection

receiveMessagesOnConnection( uint32 connection_handle, int max_messages )

Fetch the next available message(s) from the connection, if any. Returns the number of messages returned into your array, up to max_messages. If the connection handle is invalid, -1 is returned. If no data is available, 0, is returned.

Returns: array

Contains a list of:

  • messages (dictionary):

Contains the following keys:

  • payload (string)
  • size (int)
  • connection (int)
  • identity (string)
  • receiver_user_data (uint64_t)
  • time_received (uint64_t)
  • message_number (uint64_t)
  • channel (int)
  • flags (int)
  • sender_user_data (uint64_t)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

receiveMessagesOnPollGroup

receiveMessagesOnPollGroup( uint32 pollGroup, int max_messages )

Same as receiveMessagesOnConnection, but will return the next messages available on any connection in the poll group. Examine connection to know which connection. user_data might also be useful.

Returns: array

Contains a list of:

  • messages (dictionary):

Contains the following keys:

  • payload (string)
  • size (int)
  • connection (int)
  • identity (string)
  • receiver_user_data (uint64_t)
  • time_received (uint64_t)
  • message_number (uint64_t)
  • channel (int)
  • flags (int)
  • sender_user_data (uint64_t)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

receivedRelayAuthTicket

receivedRelayAuthTicket()

Call this when you receive a ticket from your backend / matchmaking system. Puts the ticket into a persistent cache, and optionally returns the parsed ticket.

Currently not enabled.

Returns: dictionary

Contains the following keys:

  • game_server (string)
  • authorized_client (string)
  • public_ip (uint32)
  • expiry (int32)
  • routing (int)
  • app_id (uint32)
  • restrict_to_v_port (int)
  • number_of_extras (int)
  • extra_fields (vector)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

resetIdentity

resetIdentity( string identity_reference )

Reset the identity associated with this instance. Any open connections are closed. Any previous certificates, etc are discarded. You can pass a specific identity that you want to use, or you can pass NULL, in which case the identity will be invalid until you set it using setCertificate.

Note: This function is not actually supported on Steam! It is included for use on other platforms where the active user can sign out and a new user can sign in.

Returns: void

runNetworkingCallbacks

runNetworkingCallbacks()

Invoke all callback functions queued for this interface. You don't need to call this if you are using Steam's callback dispatch mechanism run_callbacks.

Returns: void

sendMessages

sendMessages( int messages, PoolByteArray data, uint32 connection_handle, int flags )

Send one or more messages without copying the message payload. This is the most efficient way to send messages.

Returns: void


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

sendMessageToConnection

sendMessageToConnection( int connection_handle, PoolByteArray data, int flags )

Send a message to the remote host on the specified connection.

Returns: dictionary

  • result (int)
  • message_number (int64)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

setConnectionPollGroup

setConnectionPollGroup( uint32 connection_handle, uint32 pollGroup )

Assign a connection to a poll group. Note that a connection may only belong to a single poll group. Adding a connection to a poll group implicitly removes it from any other poll group it is in.

Returns: bool


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

setConnectionName

setConnectionName( uint32 peer, string name )

Set a name for the connection, used mostly for debugging.

Returns: void


Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

Signals

These callbacks require you to run Steam.run_callbacks() in your _process() function to receive them.

fake_ip_result

fake_ip_result

A struct used to describe a "fake IP" we have been assigned to use as an identifier. This callback is posted when beginAsyncRequestFakeIP completes.

Returns:

  • result (int)
  • identity (string) as "fake_ip_identity"
  • fake_ip (string)
  • port_list (array)

network_authentication_status

network_authentication_status

This callback is posted whenever the state of our readiness changes.

Returns:

  • available (int)
  • debug_message (string)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

network_connection_status_changed

network_connection_status_changed

This callback is posted whenever a connection is created, destroyed, or changes state. The m_info field will contain a complete description of the connection at the time the change occurred and the callback was posted. In particular, m_info.m_eState will have the new connection state.

Returns:

  • connect_handle (uint64_t)
  • connection (dictionary)
    • identity (string)
    • user_data (uint64_t)
    • listen_socket (uint32)
    • remote_address (string)
    • remote_pop (uint32)
    • pop_relay (uint32)
    • connection_state (int)
    • end_reason (string)
    • end_debug (string)
    • debug_description (string)
  • old_state (int)

Read more in the official Steamworks SDK documentation

Enums

NetworkingConfigValue

Enumerator Value
NETWORKING_CONFIG_INVALID 0
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_LOSS_SEND 2
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_LOSS_RECV 3
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_LAG_SEND 4
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_LAG_RECV 5
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_REORDER_SEND 6
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_REORDER_RECV 7
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_REORDER_TIME 8
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_DUP_SEND 26
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_DUP_REVC 27
NETWORKING_CONFIG_FAKE_PACKET_DUP_TIME_MAX 28
NETWORKING_CONFIG_TIMEOUT_INITIAL 24
NETWORKING_CONFIG_TIMEOUT_CONNECTED 25
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SEND_BUFFER_SIZE 9
NETWORKING_CONFIG_RECV_BUFFER_SIZE 47
NETWORKING_CONFIG_RECV_BUFFER_MESSAGES 48
NETWORKING_CONFIG_RECV_MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE 49
NETWORKING_CONFIG_RECV_MAX_SEGMENTS_PER_PACKET 50
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SEND_RATE_MIN 10
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SEND_RATE_MAX 11
NETWORKING_CONFIG_NAGLE_TIME 12
NETWORKING_CONFIG_IP_ALLOW_WITHOUT_AUTH 23
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_CONSEC_PING_TIMEOUT_FAIL_INITIAL 19
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_CONSEC_PING_TIMEOUT_FAIL 20
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_MIN_PINGS_BEFORE_PING_ACCURATE 21
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_SINGLE_SOCKET 22
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_FORCE_RELAY_CLUSTER 29
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_DEBUG_TICKET_ADDRESS 30
NETWORKING_CONFIG_SDR_CLIENT_FORCE_PROXY_ADDR 31
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_ACK_RTT 13
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_PACKET_DECODE 14
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE 15
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_PACKET_GAPS 16
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_P2P_RENDEZVOUS 17
NETWORKING_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL_SRD_RELAY_PINGS 18

NetworkingGetConfigValueResult

Enumerator Value
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_BAD_VALUE -1
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_BAD_SCOPE_OBJ -2
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL -3
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_OK 1
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_OK_INHERITED 2
NETWORKING_GET_CONFIG_VALUE_FORCE_32BIT 0x7fffffff

NetworkingConnectionState

Enumerator Value
CONNECTION_STATE_NONE 0
CONNECTION_STATE_CONNECTING 1
CONNECTION_STATE_FINDING_ROUTE 2
CONNECTION_STATE_CONNECTED 3
CONNECTION_STATE_CLOSED_BY_PEER 4
CONNECTION_STATE_PROBLEM_DETECTED_LOCALLY 5
CONNECTION_STATE_FIN_WAIT -1
CONNECTION_STATE_LINGER -2
CONNECTION_STATE_DEAD -3
CONNECTION_STATE_FORCE32BIT 0x7fffffff

NetworkingConnectionEnd

Enumerator Value
CONNECTION_END_INVALID 0
CONNECTION_END_APP_MIN 1000
CONNECTION_END_MAX 1999
CONNECTION_END_APP_EXCEPTION_MIN 2000
CONNECTION_END_APP_EXCEPTION_MAX 2999
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_MIN 3000
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_OFFLINE_MODE 3001
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_MANY_RELAY_CONNECTIVITY 3002
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_HOSTED_sERVER_PRIMARY_RELAY 3003
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_NETWORK_CONFIG 3004
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_RIGHTS 3005
CONNECTION_END_LOCAL_MAX 3999
CONNECTION_END_REMOVE_MIN 4000
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_TIMEOUT 4001
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_BAD_CRYPT 4002
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_BAD_CERT 4003
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_NOT_LOGGED_IN 4004
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_NOT_RUNNING_APP 4005
CONNECTION_END_BAD_PROTOCOL_VERSION 4006
CONNECTION_END_REMOTE_MAX 4999
CONNECTION_END_MISC_MIN 5000
CONNECTION_END_MISC_GENERIC 5001
CONNECTION_END_MISC_INTERNAL_ERROR 5002
CONNECTION_END_MISC_TIMEOUT 5003
CONNECTION_END_MISC_RELAY_CONNECTIVITY 5004
CONNECTION_END_MISC_STEAM_CONNECTIVITY 5005
CONNECTION_END_MISC_NO_RELAY_SESSIONS_TO_CLIENT 5006
CONNECTION_END_MISC_MAX 5999

NetworkingIdentityType

Enumerator Value
IDENTITY_TYPE_INVALID 0
IDENTITY_TYPE_STEAMID 16
IDENTITY_TYPE_IP_ADDRESS 1
IDENTITY_TYPE_GENERIC_STRING 2
IDENTITY_TYPE_GENERIC_BYTES 3
IDENTITY_TYPE_UNKNOWN_TYPE 4
IDENTITY_TYPE_XBOX_PAIRWISE 17
IDENTITY_TYPE_SONY_PSN 18
IDENTITY_TYPE_GOOGLE_STADIA 19
IDENTITY_TYPE_FORCE_32BIT 0x7fffffff

NetworkingSocketsDebugOutputType

Enumerator Value
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_NONE 0
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_BUG 1
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_ERROR 2
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_IMPORTANT 3
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_WARNING 4
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_MSG 5
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_VERBOSE 6
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_DEBUG 7
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_EVERYTHING 8
NETWORKING_SOCKET_DEBUG_OUTPUT_TYPE_FORCE_32BIT 0x7fffffff