- Initializes a new instance of the HttpListener class.
- Shuts down the HttpListener object immediately, discarding all currently queued requests.
- Begins asynchronously retrieving an incoming request.
- Shuts down the HttpListener.
- Completes an asynchronous operation to retrieve an incoming client request.
- Waits for an incoming request and returns when one is received.
- Waits for an incoming request as an asynchronous operation.
- Allows this instance to receive incoming requests.
- Causes this instance to stop receiving incoming requests.
- Gets or sets the delegate called to determine the protocol used to authenticate clients.
- Gets or sets the scheme used to authenticate clients.
- Gets a default list of Service Provider Names (SPNs) as determined by registered prefixes.
- Gets or sets the ExtendedProtectionPolicy to use for extended protection for a session.
- Gets or sets the delegate called to determine the ExtendedProtectionPolicy to use for each request.
- Gets or sets a Boolean value that specifies whether your application receives exceptions that occur when an HttpListener sends the response to the client.
- Gets a value that indicates whether HttpListener has been started.
- static Gets a value that indicates whether HttpListener can be used with the current operating system.
- Gets the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) prefixes handled by this HttpListener object.
- Gets or sets the realm, or resource partition, associated with this HttpListener object.
- The timeout manager for this HttpListener instance.
- Gets or sets a Boolean value that controls whether, when NTLM is used, additional requests using the same Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection are required to authenticate.