Bitcoin Core  24.99.0
P2P Digital Currency
connection_types.cpp
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2 // Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying
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4 
6 #include <cassert>
7 
8 std::string ConnectionTypeAsString(ConnectionType conn_type)
9 {
10  switch (conn_type) {
12  return "inbound";
14  return "manual";
16  return "feeler";
18  return "outbound-full-relay";
20  return "block-relay-only";
22  return "addr-fetch";
23  } // no default case, so the compiler can warn about missing cases
24 
25  assert(false);
26 }
std::string ConnectionTypeAsString(ConnectionType conn_type)
Convert ConnectionType enum to a string value.
ConnectionType
Different types of connections to a peer.
@ BLOCK_RELAY
We use block-relay-only connections to help prevent against partition attacks.
@ MANUAL
We open manual connections to addresses that users explicitly requested via the addnode RPC or the -a...
@ OUTBOUND_FULL_RELAY
These are the default connections that we use to connect with the network.
@ FEELER
Feeler connections are short-lived connections made to check that a node is alive.
@ INBOUND
Inbound connections are those initiated by a peer.
@ ADDR_FETCH
AddrFetch connections are short lived connections used to solicit addresses from peers.
assert(!tx.IsCoinBase())