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Old 2007-09-03, 13:41
fpanei fpanei is offline
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Default syncserv_demo, using a different port for every post

Hi,

I am using the demo version of the server to test a client I am working on.

I have reach a point where :
client server
-POST-> OK
<------ OK
-POST-> OK
no answer.

Capturing the TCP stream, I have seen that my transport layer is using a different port for each POST and the socket with first port is still open when sending the second POST.

Could you confirm that demo version can only use one socket at a time?

Thanks.
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Old 2007-09-15, 01:36
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Default Re: syncserv_demo, using a different port for every post

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Could you confirm that demo version can only use one socket at a time?
It can only handle one session at a time, and it cannot process requests concurrently, but the listen/accept mechanism is implemented in a perfectly normal way. Of course, when the server is busy, no further connection would be immediately accepted, but this would harm only if your client had a very short connection timeout.
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Old 2007-09-27, 17:27
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Default Re: syncserv_demo, using a different port for every post

I am not a specialist in this field so I have looked for an easy solution. I found a way to configure my TCP stack so that it uses the same port during the complete sync session (which does not work for some other applications but allows me to test my syncML client).

Thank you for answering anyway.
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