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SSH

Parameters

Tectia Server and an external application communicate by sending messages of form <parameter>:<data>.

The following parameters are valid in the communication (Tectia Server ignores all other parameters):

version:number

Specifies the highest protocol version number understood by the sender. Currently, the only accepted value is "1".

request:id

Specifies the request id. The id is unique for any ongoing requests the external application has not yet completed.

end-of-request:id

Denotes the end of a request.

success:[additional_info]

Denotes a positive response to a request. Including additional information in the data field is optional.

failure:[additional_info]

Denotes a negative response to a request. Including additional information in the data field is optional.

Tectia Mapper Protocol is line-based; all messages between Tectia Server and an external application are terminated with a linefeed character ("\n" in ANSI C, 0x0A in hex).


 

 
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