Accepts connections on a single IP:PORT tuple by sending a new inbound AsyncTCPConnection object to the handler for every newly completed handshake.
Note: If multiple threads are listening to the same IP:PORT tuple, the connections will be distributed evenly between them. However, this behavior on Windows is not implemented yet.
Sets the local listening interface to the specified hostname/port.
Sets the local listening interface to the specified ip/port.
Stops accepting connections and cleans up the underlying OS resources.
Starts accepting connections by registering the given handler with the underlying OS event.
Returns the local internet address as an OS-specific structure.
Sets the local internet address as an OS-specific structure.
Sets the default value for nagle's algorithm on new connections.
Use to implement distributed servicing of connections