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Reconnection Issues
« on: Jul 14th, 2008, 4:04pm »
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I've got version 5.4.  When one end with the port shared goes down, the end that connects to the port sits on "Connecting" and does not reconnect.  This happens when the connection is broken for more than a minute (computer restart).
 
Is there a way for the reconnection to happen successfully if one end is down for an unknown amount of time?
 
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Re: Reconnection Issues
« Reply #1 on: Jul 24th, 2008, 1:26am »
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The program allows to configure the following settings:
http://www.network-serial-port.com/network-serial-port-kit-help/setting-up-connection-settings.html
 
"Use Custom Connection Timeout"
 
Maximum connection timeout: specifies timeout (in seconds) used when connecting to remote Network Serial Port Kit. Within this period, local Network Serial Port Kit will try to establish connection with remote computer.
 
 
"Auto-Reconnect when Connection is Broken"
 
Reconnect interval: specifies period of time (in seconds) used when connection is lost or connection with remote computer cannot be established. Local Network Serial Port Kit will try to reconnect to remote computer periodically on the expiry of this time.
 
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Re: Reconnection Issues
« Reply #2 on: Jun 16th, 2017, 1:02am »
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I am also looking for a way for re-connection happen successfully if one end is down for an unknown amount of time. And I think it’s a perfect solution.
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