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Client Disconnect

KD0RC Member, Super Elmer Moderator

I am trying to gracefully disconnect my TeensyMaestro from the radio when it is a GUI Client. The idea is that it should not leave a connection open, causing SmartSDR to go into MultiFlex mode.

If I send this API command from a different client, it disconnects my TeensyMaestro just fine. If I issue it from within the TeensyMaestro, it has no effect. (C++ code)

fRig.send("client disconnect " + fRig.Client_Handle );

Client_Handle is the handle for the TeensyMaestro.

If I issue a plain client disconnect (i.e. disconnect everything) from my TeensyMaestro, it disconnects SmartSDR, but not itself.

Is there a sequence of commands that allows a client to disconnect itself?

Best Answer

  • Mark_W3II
    Mark_W3II Member ✭✭✭
    Answer ✓

    Have you tried calling shutdown on your TCP socket?

    That should be all it takes for the radio to forget about your client.


  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    Thanks Mark! I have not tried that. I will give it a go tomorrow. I will need to dig into the Ethernet library for the Teensy board to see what functions are available.

    This project is my first foray into any kind of TCP/IP programming, so everything I do is a new adventure!

  • KD0RC
    KD0RC Member, Super Elmer Moderator

    Thanks Mark, that worked! Now if I forget and start my TeensyMaestro before starting SmartSDR, I can just power it back off and the connection will clear. Before, I had to select Disconnect and then go through the Disconnect screen and power off the TeensyMaestro anyway.

    Now that I have this fixed, I will never start up in the wrong order again... 😄

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