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RE: [bluetooth-dev] Some tests for park mode
Check what you set as link_policy when you receive the connection complete
event from the baseband. As default in OpenBT we only set allow M/S switch
policy or nothing at all. You need to allow PARK/HOLD/SNIFF mode to be
allowed to use the command.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alain Paschoud [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 2:55 PM
> To: bluetooth-dev
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] Some tests for park mode
> If someone already tried to use park mode, I'll be very
> interested in some knowledges...
> Situation :
> - I made a connection between my bluetooth module (CSR,
> firmware 12.7) and the T39m bluetooth phone from Ericsson.
> - I want to use the park mode. So I sent the HCI command
> HCI_Park_Mode to my module. If I well understood, it should
> put the phone in park mode (because I'm the master as I
> initiated the connection).
> - I've a COMMAND DISALLOWED result.
> -->Logs :
> HCI: hci_park_mode: for connnection handle 0x28
> HCI: process_event: COMMAND_STATUS
> BT SYS: ERROR: process_event: COMMAND_STATUS: Command Disallowed
> -- End of logs --
> Here is the questions :
> - How to know if this is the local or the remote device that
> reject the command ?
> - According to specs, when the park command has been executed
> (successfully or not), I should recieve a Mode_Change event,
> but I don't recieve such event. Why ?
> Thank you for any experience in this domain.
> Alain Paschoud SMARTDATA SA
> firstname.lastname@example.org PSE-A
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