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Request lost in TCP Layer ( tcp_input)

Posted by vipin on June 26, 2007
I have webserver running on my board. I am requesting image (4500 bytes approx) from the board through webpage after every 200ms. Most of times (99%) its works fine but rest of the times the request from TCP layer doesn reach http layer. I am testing it in a very low traffic environment hence no chances for packet loss. Can anyone help me on this?

RE: Request lost in TCP Layer ( tcp_input)

Posted by Dave on June 27, 2007
You do not say which mico or stack you are using. I would guess that you were running out of connections and this could be fixed by one of the configuration constants.

RE: Request lost in TCP Layer ( tcp_input)

Posted by vipin on June 27, 2007
I am using STR912 microcontroller and LWIP stack. I am having only one connection established.

Ethernet Switch has my webserver (STR9 board) and PC Client attached.

RE: Request lost in TCP Layer ( tcp_input)

Posted by Çağlar Akyüz on June 30, 2007
How do you understand that request doesn't reach to Http layer?

Which api are you using in lwIP?


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