Re: DS80C400 network flow control

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snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (hosein nooriaan) writes:
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I don't know about the DS80C400, but TCP normally provides flow control.
That's part of the purpose of the TCP window, and it's usually
transparent to the application.  When you try to send through a TCP
socket when the remote endpoint has no room to receive, the send
operation will block.  Similarly, if you try to receive when there's
nothihg available, the receive will block.

Most systems provide alternate calls or socket options to allow for
non-blocking send and receive, in which case you would get an error or
some other indication that the call did not complete the transfer.

The details of how this is done on the DS80C400 should be in the
documentation?

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