An Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.HttpRoute is the path along which a request has to be sent to the server. The route starts at a local network address and may pass through one or more proxies before reaching the target. Routes through proxies can be tunnelled, and a layered protocol (TLS/SSL) might be put on top of the tunnel. The Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.RouteTracker helps in tracking the steps for establishing a route, while an Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.HttpRouteDirector determines the next step to take.
The Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.IHttpRoutePlanner is responsible for determining a route to a given target host. Implementations must know about proxies to use, and about exemptions for hosts that should be contacted directly without a proxy.
|BasicRouteDirector||Basic implementation of an Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.HttpRouteDirector.|
|BasicRouteDirector+InterfaceConsts||Documentation for this section has not yet been entered.|
|HttpRoute||The route for a request.|
|HttpRouteDirector||Provides directions on establishing a route.|
|HttpRouteDirectorConsts||Documentation for this section has not yet been entered.|
|IHttpRouteDirector||Provides directions on establishing a route.|
|IHttpRoutePlanner||Encapsulates logic to compute a Org.Apache.Http.Conn.Routing.HttpRoute to a target host.|
|IRouteInfo||Read-only interface for route information.|
|RouteInfoLayerType||The layering type of a route.|
|RouteInfoTunnelType||The tunnelling type of a route.|
|RouteTracker||Helps tracking the steps in establishing a route.|