First of all, thanks for keeping this great forum working. Without this forum, developing Open At with only the documentation supplied would be really difficult.
I am working on an application to link a datalogger connected with a Wavecom Fastrack Supreme (firmware version 7.3_00 with Open AT 6.20.04 and WIP library 5.10.2020) acting as a server using GPRS with a remote PC using Winsoft-Hiperterminal.
I have managed to get the link working with bi-directional communication. The problem I am facing now is how to properly close the communication between.
The way I am doing it is by calling wip_close and the wip_bearerClose, using a delay of 2 sec (I do not like delays) between them to allow the queued socket to be close.
So my first question is: Is there any Event from Open At notifying when the socket is closed after calling wip_close. Shall I call wip_netExit instead or after than wip_bearerClose?
My second issue is understand how the spawned sockets work and how can I identify them. If I close the connection from the PC and I connect it again, the modem accepts the connection but I cannot transmit data anymore between them. I suspect this is because this is a new socket and I am not reading it correctly?
I will appreciate your help on this.