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NDK 2.0 and Ping
I am using DM6437 EVM, NDK version 2.0.0 and client.pjt example.
By chance I found this problem:
1. I connect directly my EVM and my PC
2. I configure my Windows PC with static IP address: IP address: 10.13.13.11 NetMask: 255.255.0.0
3. I configure in the C code of client.pjt example a static IP address: IP address: 10.13.0.87 NetMask: 255.255.255.0
4. I try to ping the EVM from my PC and I am able to ping it, but not always.
In my opinion this behaviour is not expected: the EVM should answer onlyto a ping from an address 10.13.0.x because its net-mask is255.255.255.0, instead sometimes (but not always) it answers to 10.13.13.11.
If I replace my EVM with another PC (Static IP address: 10.13.0.87,NetMask: 255.255.255.0), I have the correct behaviour, in fact 10.13.0.87doesn't answer to pings from 10.13.13.11.
Have you ever seen this behaviour? Is it an NDK problem or is it a configurationproblem? Have you already solved it?
Thank you very much!
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