Socket Accept/Connection Question/Problem
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 28 13:20:40 EST 2008
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sample stacks as
These will run and show what an expert in the network field has done for
good sample stacks.
It is what I used to get started.
On 2/28/08 10:13 AM, "Dave" <dave at looktowindward.com> wrote:
> On 28 Feb 2008, at 17:50, Jim Ault wrote:
>> On 2/28/08 8:35 AM, "Dave" <dave at looktowindward.com> wrote:
>>> On 28 Feb 2008, at 16:10, Troy Rollins wrote:
>>>> On Feb 28, 2008, at 9:54 AM, Dave wrote:
>>>>> Statement should call "ClientSocketOpen" if the Server accepted
>>>>> the connection or call "socketError" or "socketTimeout" if there
>>>>> was an error? e.g. the Server closed the socket?
>>>> FWIW, I'm finding the whole "state of sockets" to be a bit of a
>>>> conundrum as well. In my case, the client is not Rev, and it does
>>>> indicate once a socket connection is made. However, Rev is acting
>>>> as the server, and it seems hit or miss on determining if the
>>>> client has disconnected.
>>> Great. It seems like a lot of RunRev, just bearly working if you know
>>> *exactly* what to do and with no documentation and no support from
>>> RunRev themselves, the whole experience one of frustration and suck-
>>> it-and-see mentality.
>> Actually, sockets are controlled by the operating system, so there
>> are wide
>> variations, even within XP. Firewall hardware and software,
>> routers, hubs,
>> ISP protocols, and other device performance.
> I am only using Mac OS X at the moment.
>> To build a solid networking app you need to learn a lot about the
>> world of
>> protocols and idiosyncrasies, regardless of the programming language.
> Well, I trying to use RunRev, I can communicate using other languages
> ok. It's really the lack of any decent documentation or a robust
> sample app that shows what you need to tweak in order to make it work
> in the real world.
>> Rev has the tools and functions to build this, but you have to tune
>> it to
>> your equipment and configurations.
> That's what I mean, there is no documentation that I can find that
> shows how to do this. I've found some sample code that was useful to
> get going, but it's not well documented and it isn't really "real-life".
>> tip: If your are using UDP and MacOSX, and testing for max packet
>> size your
>> equipment will allow, be sure to
>> go to system prefences:network:ethernet
>> change from automatic to manual
>> then set your max packet size to jumbo vs 1500 default
>> Otherwise, OSX will receive larger packets but not pass them to
>> your Rev
>> app. This will be a silent failure and undertectable without an
>> loop that you would build.
> I am sending very small packets at the moment, maybe 30 characters
> max. If and when I get this bit working it will send larger packets,
> but the maximum will still be less that 2K.
>> By the way, I routinely build an ACK loop between my apps since
>> networks are
>> good at providing surprises.
> Not much help here, I can't do an NAK because the server is not
> supposed to respond to a Client that isn't in the "Allowed" list.
> Thanks a lot
> All the Best
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