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[bluetooth-dev] Connection Problems -- Usermode



Hi,
We have downloaded the latest version of Bluetooth stack available at your
site (Ver  20010108)                                            Upon
compiling and running the Bluetooth stack in Usermode we are encountering
the following problems.

Pasted below is a screen snap shot upon issuing rf_conn <BD_ADDR> serv_chn
line command on the Client and Server side

CLIENT SIDE REQUEST -           RF_CONN


rf_conn 00:d0:b7:03:25:8e 0 0
Connecting srv ch 0 on line 0
we don't have l2cap ch yet for this rfcomm ch

bd (6)
    0x8e 0x25 0x03 0xb7 0xd0 0x00
> sleeping 3 sec... (3com fix)
use NO timer...
BT SYS: process_event, ACL link is up
l2cap options :  (0)
use NO timer...
BT SYS: Still haven't replied pos on other sides conf req
BT SYS: l2cap channel (64,64) [RFCOMM] connected
BT SYS: rfcomm_config_cfm: l2cap is now open
bt_connect_cfm [RCOMM]


SERVER SIDE RESPONSE -        RF_CONN

BT SYS: l2cap channel (64,64) [RFCOMM] connected
BT SYS: rfcomm_config_cfm: l2cap is now open
BT SYS: Got connect indication on PSM 3
BT SYS: Got connect indication on PSM 3

Upon proceeding further to issue the rf_send <nbr-bytes> <nbr-repeats>  we
get the following screen snap shot on Client and Server side respectively

CLIENT REQUEST -                       RF_SEND


rf_send 10 10 0
Now sending 10 10-bytes packet (0 kB)
BT SYS: ERROR :rfcomm_send_data: DLCI 2 not connected
error
couldn't write any more data...

done.
Average TX rate : 0 kbps (0 kB/s)


Please let us know if the rf_conn connect command executed properly. If not
, why not? What changes are reqd??
Why does it give a DLCI 2 not connected with the rf_send??

Thanks in Advance,
PvC Team


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