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{{param|string|bind_address|The address to connect to in the format "ip:port".}}
 
{{param|string|bind_address|The address to connect to in the format "ip:port".}}
 
{{param|number|peer_count|The max number of peers. Defaults to 64.}}
 
{{param|number|peer_count|The max number of peers. Defaults to 64.}}
{{param|number|in_bandwidth|Downstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).}}
 
 
{{param|number|channel_count|The max number of channels. Defaults to 1.}}
 
{{param|number|channel_count|The max number of channels. Defaults to 1.}}
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{{param|number|in_bandwidth|Downstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).}}
 
{{param|number|out_bandwidth|Upstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).}}
 
{{param|number|out_bandwidth|Upstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).}}
 
=== Returns ===
 
=== Returns ===

Revision as of 15:35, 4 May 2019

Returns a new host. All arguments are optional.

A bind_address of nil makes a host that can not be connected to (typically a client). Otherwise the address can either be of the form <ipaddress>:<port>, <hostname>:<port>, or *:<port>.

Example addresses include "127.0.0.1:8888", "localhost:2232", and "*:6767".

Function

Synopsis

host = enet.host_create(bind_address, peer_count, channel_count, in_bandwidth, out_bandwidth)

Arguments

string bind_address
The address to connect to in the format "ip:port".
number peer_count
The max number of peers. Defaults to 64.
number channel_count
The max number of channels. Defaults to 1.
number in_bandwidth
Downstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).
number out_bandwidth
Upstream bandwidth in bytes/sec. Defaults to 0 (unlimited).

Returns

enet.host host
The requested host.

See Also

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