Send this message to the akka.io.Udp.UdpExt#manager in order to bind to the given local port (or an automatically assigned one if the port number is zero).
This message is sent by the listener actor in response to a akka.io.Udp.Bind command.
The common type of all commands supported by the UDP implementation.
When a command fails it will be replied to with this message type, wrapping the failing command object.
The common type of all events emitted by the UDP implementation.
Each akka.io.Udp.Send can optionally request a positive acknowledgment to be sent to the commanding actor.
When a listener actor receives a datagram from its socket it will send it to the handler designated in the akka.io.Udp.Bind message using this message type.
This message is understood by the “simple sender” which can be obtained by sending the akka.io.Udp.SimpleSender query to the akka.io.Udp.UdpExt#manager as well as by the listener actors which are created in response to akka.io.Udp.Bind.
Retrieve a reference to a “simple sender” actor of the UDP extension.
The “simple sender” sends this message type in response to a akka.io.Udp.SimpleSender query.
This message is sent by the listener actor in response to an akka.io.Udp.Unbind command after the socket has been closed.
Default akka.io.Udp.NoAck instance which is used when no acknowledgment information is explicitly provided.
This message must be sent to the listener actor to re-enable reading from the socket after a akka.io.Udp.SuspendReading command.
Scala API: This object provides access to all socket options applicable to UDP sockets.
Send this message to a listener actor (which sent a akka.io.Udp.Bound message) to have it stop reading datagrams from the network.
Send this message to the listener actor that previously sent a akka.io.Udp.Bound message in order to close the listening socket.
Java API: retrieve the Udp extension for the given system.