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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Anyone familiar with uIP?


Author: jrmymllr jrmymllr (jrmymllr)
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I'm using uIP TCP/IP stack, and have run across something I can't figure
out.  When uIP opens a connection on a remote host, the remote host
responds with an ACK, so far so good.  Then uIP responds with an RST and
ACK, supposedly because it's not listening on the local port it used to
initiate the connection.  Shouldn't this be automatic?  I'm just
learning TCP/IP so maybe this is a dumb question.

Author: Jonathan Dumaresq (dumarjo)
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Jerry Milner wrote:
> I'm using uIP TCP/IP stack, and have run across something I can't figure
> out.  When uIP opens a connection on a remote host, the remote host
> responds with an ACK, so far so good.  Then uIP responds with an RST and
> ACK, supposedly because it's not listening on the local port it used to
> initiate the connection.  Shouldn't this be automatic?  I'm just
> learning TCP/IP so maybe this is a dumb question.

Hi,
you should try the mailing list of Uip, you will have a better support
there.


Jonathan

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