Thetype exposes the following members.
An integer value representing the Offset Zero. The default value is 0.
An integer value representing the Offset One. The default value is 10.
A network address specifying the multicast group to be used for SPDP discovery. The default value is 18.104.22.168.
An integer value representing the Domain Gain. The default value is 250.
An integer value representing the Offset X. The default value is 2.
Specifes the network interface to use when determining which local MAC address should appear in a GUID generated by this node.
The discovery unique key(Inherited from Discovery.)
Specifes the network interface to be used by this discovery instance. This uses a platform-specifc format that identifes the network interface.
Port Base number. The default value is 7400.
An integer value representing the Port Gain. The default value is 2.
The number of seconds that a process waits between the announcement of participants. The default value is 30 seconds.
Confgure the transport instance created and used by SEDP to bind to the specifed local address and port.
A boolean value that determines whether Multicast is used for the SEDP trafic. When set to true, Multicast is used. When set to false Unicast for SEDP is used. The default value is true.
Address of a local interface (no port), which will be used by SPDP to bind to that specifc interface.
A list (comma or whitespace separated) of host:port pairs used as destinations for SPDP content. This can be a combination of Unicast and Multicast addresses.
The value of the time-to-live (ttl) field of multicast datagrams sent as part of discovery. This value specifes the number of hops the datagram will traverse before being discarded by the network. The default value of 1 means that all data is restricted to the local network subnet.
Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.(Inherited from Object.)
Serves as the default hash function.(Inherited from Object.)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object.)
Returns a string that represents the current object.(Inherited from Object.)
The RTPS specifcation splits up the discovery protocol into two independent protocols:
1. Participant Discovery Protocol
2. Endpoint Discovery Protocol
A Participant Discovery Protocol (PDP) specifes how Participants discover each other in the network. Once two Participants have discovered each other, they exchange information on the Endpoints they contain using an Endpoint Discovery Protocol (EDP). Apart from this causality relationship, both protocols can be considered independent.