[Libwebsockets] Maximum number of protocols supported for a websocket connection

Prathamesh P Ghanekar prathamesh.ghanekar at igate.com
Thu May 29 05:20:04 CEST 2014


Hello,

I would like to understand the term 'protocol' per se, in the context of websockets communication.

As far as I understand, a protocol would typically mean a set of actions to be taken on a particular event from client side. And each protocol would differ from another in the type of user data to be communicated over the socket and subsequent actions to be taken. Please correct me if I am wrong.

In any case, is there any upper cap on number of protocols to be defined for a single websocket connection?

Prathamesh

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