Ethernet+API.......where+is+it?

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I have looked in the Downloads section at Flex Radio's website and cannot find any link to the "ethernet api". I also looked in the Flexlib files and nothing in those files appear to be strictly for ethernet access to the radio. So, is there such an animal or am I looking for the wrong thing?
I have started a simple UDP listener app from sample code found online that I have modified to some extent and I can see some of the messages coming from the radio. But, I have not (yet) sent any commands to the radio via UDP.
I've just about given up on getting panadapter data events using Flexlib. And think I might try a different approach for a while.(couldn't be any worse than I've had it so far!)
James
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You can find some information here on the TCP/IP API but you will need to login to the wiki site to view it

http://wiki.flexradio.com/index.php?t...

See this thread for an example of how to subscribe to the UDP data

I believe you only receive UDP packets from the radio, you use TCP to send commands - sending xmit audio my be another story.

https://community.flexradio.com/flexr...
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Thanks Larry. I realized after I posted (much later) that the ethernet api is not a file download, but a command set to control the radio via ethernet and udp.
James

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