This data structure is part of the P2P Interface.
P2P Socket ID The Socket ID contains an application-defined name for the connection between a local person and another peer. When a remote user receives a connection request from you, they will receive this information. It can be important to only accept connections with a known socket-name and/or from a known user, to prevent leaking of private information, such as a user's IP address. Using the socket name as a secret key can help prevent such leaks. Shared private data, like a private match's Session ID are good candidates for a socket name.
|int32_t ApiVersion||API Version: Set this to EOS_P2P_SOCKETID_API_LATEST.|