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ericbaril72

Hello Guys,

My Project runs PERFECTLY (upload and download of 100kB-200kB files)

                                                                                          -> DSL    --> Internet -----V
                                          --> WifiHotSpot1 -----V            /   
       SDCard <-> WINC1500 --> WifiHotSpot2 --> Router --+-> Cable -->  Internet --> WebServer
                                          --> WifiHotSpot3 -----^            \   
                                                                                          -> LTE    --> Internet -----^

EXCEPT:
       With the LTE cellular bridge
               Small ~300-500Bytes    http JSON POSTs work OK
               Larger files, the server does not answer

I need to start digging deeper into how the WINC1500 communicates in regards to it's sockets and how it resumes or cancels in the case of faulty/inconsistent internet link.
Looking for a few tips, I don't expect a solution.

 
  • Can connect to multiple WifiRouters from a list in SDCARD.
  • Recovers everytime when any of the "connected-to" WifiRouter drops.
  • Recovers everytime when the Server stops.
  • I download AND upload 100kB-200kB files  to and from the server continuously


I currently have multiple devices that runs 24/7.
  • 200-400 bytes "JSON" POST every 10seconds
  • 100kB-200kB  file Download From Internet server  -->   SD Card every 10 minutes
  • 100kB-200kB  file Upload     From SD Card            -->   Internet Server every 10 minutes


200kB transfers typically last 4-5 seconds (40-50kB/sec transfer rate )
I have timeouts where I cancel transfers when the server or Wifi drops and I re-try later and I manage file-transfer interuptions "in the middle of a file-transfer" ( cancel and restart later )

I know that data gets sent because the WINC1500 accepts new data ( 512 Bytes at a time ).
I know that http header is OK because it works fine when the Internet is plain "wire" betwen the hotspot and our Internet provider.

I even tried having multiple routers in series to increase the "ping" to the internet server.
works fine with wired WAN but long files seemed incomplete

Any suggestions ?

Thanks

ericbaril72

Something I just noticed :
int n = client.write(filedata,datalength);


client.write returns 0 when the link is cellular ...
I tried with 512 and1024bytes writes.

Which both work very well when the internet connection upstream is all wired.

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