|Microsoft Internet Security and
Acceleration Server 2000
Gets the remote address of a socket.
- [out] Pointer to the address of a sockaddr structure
that receives the address (name) of the peer.
- [in, out] On input, specifies the size, in bytes, of the
Address buffer. On output, receives the buffer size, in
bytes, needed to hold the address.
Used when a connection has been requested from outside the
network, and you want to identify it. This method is similar to the
Winsock getpeername function, which is described in
- The method succeeded.
- The name or the namelen parameter is not a valid
part of the user address space, or the namelen parameter is