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dezelectric July 13th, 2011 06:20 AM

Now I'M developing a proxy. The discovery process is no problem, I can solve it. But I have many question about how to solve other things:

The controller ask something. If the proxy doens't have the info, it will
send a message back to controller: ACK_TIMER, and will ask immediatelly the
device to get answer.
My question: What estimated respons time should I write to the PD? I will
maybe soon the answer from device but maybe i will also get ACK_TIMER

sblair July 13th, 2011 11:11 AM

It doesn't matter that much what the time is. If it happens to be too short, then the controller may just come back and ask again, at which point you could just give it another ACK_TIMER response.

Giving it something in the range of a few seconds should be enough in most cases I would think to get a response back.

sblair July 20th, 2011 11:47 AM


Just wanted to check and see if the previous answer solved your issue...

dezelectric July 20th, 2011 12:29 PM

Thanks for info. I'll do it as you described.

Jozsef Nyari
Dezelectric - Hungary

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