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where are the 42 header bytes?

asked 2015-02-26 19:57:24 -0600

brice rebsamen gravatar image

I went through the code carefully, I can't figure out where are the 42 header bytes.

According to the doc for the 32E, the data packet should start with a 42 bytes header, followed by 1200 bytes of data (block + encoder + points), terminated by 6 status bytes.

In the pcap reading code, those are discarded ( line 269). I cannot find any trace of it in the InputSocket code. Can anyone explain?

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answered 2015-02-27 12:00:06 -0600

joq gravatar image

The IP and UDP headers are not returned by a recvfrom() on a UDP socket.


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