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LowpanProvisioningParams

LowpanProvisioningParams

public class LowpanProvisioningParams
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ com.google.android.things.lowpan.LowpanProvisioningParams


Describes the information needed to be a part of a specific network.

LowpanProvisioningParams objects encapsulate both a LowpanIdentity describing a specific network and the LowpanCredential needed to actually participate in that network.

Additional parameters may be added in the future.

See also:

Summary

Nested classes

class LowpanProvisioningParams.Builder

Builder class for constructing LowpanProvisioningParams objects. 

Public methods

boolean equals(Object rhs)
LowpanCredential getLowpanCredential()

Gets the LowpanCredential for this provision.

LowpanIdentity getLowpanIdentity()

Gets the LowpanIdentity for this provision.

int hashCode()
String toString()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public methods

equals

boolean equals (Object rhs)

Parameters
rhs Object
Returns
boolean

getLowpanCredential

LowpanCredential getLowpanCredential ()

Gets the LowpanCredential for this provision.

Returns
LowpanCredential

getLowpanIdentity

LowpanIdentity getLowpanIdentity ()

Gets the LowpanIdentity for this provision.

Returns
LowpanIdentity

hashCode

int hashCode ()

Returns
int

toString

String toString ()

Returns
String
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