I have a webserver running serving a HTTP page to a browser client (IE, Safari, chrome etc).
The page has a meta tag that refreshes the page every 30 sec.
I have grapped the new (not yet released) HostLib that You sent Paul Schier not long ago, so I have implemented the data transmission acknowledge CallBack.
It is a Murata module I am using. I am connecting with smartconfig and this is perfect.
Everything is working just fine but only for a few times. I think I have witnessed the page get refreshed by server upto approx. 60-70 times. It differers alot.
I tried setting up an isolated Access point with only my webserver board and a single client(PC, iPad) connected, but still same result. It seems to be worse(getting stuck) if there are lots of traffic in the WLAN enviorment.
Can You give me a hint on what to do here, the code is almost identical with the webserver demo code.
It was worse with the old hostlib (current release without acknowledge), here I had a wait delay of 3 sec ! before closing socket to client.
I will take a look at it. I have not tested 60-70 times. When it does not work, where does it gets stuck?
Sorry for this late answer. It is either in send() or recv().
The number of succesfull times differs alot. 60-70 is at its best. Sometimes online a few serves is succesfull. I am mor sure but i suspect the spi driver for the Strange inconsistent behaviour. And i Will look into the driver after my vacation. But it seems Strange that if i work at home on my privat AP the server performs far better than if i work on my Company AP.
But i guess that if i have some timecritcal issues with the spi driver it Might get worse of i work on an AP with much load ? Is this nonsens to assume this ?
Kind regards Thomas
Is this question different from http://e2e.ti.com/support/low_power_rf/f/851/p/187337/717586.aspx#717586, I have posted some answers there.
Do you have any sniffer logs, it could tell us if we are missing any packets, and how are we reacting to the channel congestion.
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