acnet_receive_requests

	status.i4.v = acnet_receive_requests(handle.i1a.r, uab_callback.f.v
					     [,cancel_callback.f.v]
					     [,node_name.i1a.r])

	Connect to ACNET and receive any ACNET requests for this handle.
	Requests are pushed on a FIFO stack for later access with
	acnet_getnext_request, at non-AST level.  Multiple connections
	are allowed.

	Cancels are handled within this function.  All other requests are
	pushed on the request stack.  The maximum ACNET buffer size
	(ACNET_PTP_PACKET_SIZE) is allocated for reception of requests.

	handle		ACNET connection-name (in ASCII)
	uab_callback	pointer to function to call upon receiving a request
			called as:
			dont_que = uab_callback(struct UAB_REQUEST *)
			(If "dont_que" is TRUE, this request will not be queued.
			 *** This callback is at AST level. ***)
			(A value of NULL can be passed for this argument
			 if no callback is desired.)
	cancel_callback	pointer to function to call upon receiving a cancel
			called as:
			dont_que = cancel_callback(struct UAB_REQUEST *)
			(If "dont_que" is TRUE, this request will not be queued.
			 *** This callback is at AST level. ***)
			(A value of NULL can be passed for this argument
			 if no callback is desired.)
	[node_name]	virtual node name
			(default is NULL which results in using the
			 default ACNET node for the caller's computer)

	This function returns ACNET status values as follows:

	OK			success
	CLIB_NOTENB		attempt to use at AST level
	ACNET_NAME_IN_USE		this name is already in use (choose another)
	on severe error		terminate program

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, cbslib_h, acnet_h, acnet_errors_h

	Related functions:

	acnet_getnext_request, acnet_send_reply, acnet_send_wait

	C/C++ usage:

	static const char	handle[] = "handle";
	char	*node_name = (char *) NULL;
	int	status;
	int	uab_callback(struct UAB_REQUEST *request);
	int	cancel_callback(struct UAB_REQUEST *request);

	status = acnet_receive_requests(handle,uab_callback,cancel_callback,
					node_name);