On 10/10/05, Christiaan Simons <address@hidden> wrote:
>Ah, thus the TFTP client runs on top of lwip.
Yes the TFTP client runs on top of lwip
>Does the server get a proper ACK from the client, in time?
>The timeout of your server can play a major role here.
Yes the server is getting ACK from client .. and also as I said the tftp server is from linux system , I do not see any problem with timeout of the tftp server, as it is still running and long enough to serve all the requests from the client.
>There are 2 examples in the contrib/ports/unix tree.
>The 'simhost' example uses the netconn/socket api which you
>probably use. Follow this as a reference.
I wrote my tftp client application , seeing the simhost example , but using the socket api in the simhost application only 1 thread is created. Can we write an application on lwip with out threading ...?`?? If so how can we do this...?
>I just recommend not to use it.
>Profiling won't help solving this issue anyway.
Yes you are right , profiling wont help to solve the problem .. but I mentioned here as a further extension , if everything goes fine...
Its OK , leave it
Can anybody of you guys , have a look and tell me whats going wrong...????
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