Max message length
It seems that there is a maximum message length. From device to CDP 1024 bytes and from CDP to device 512 bytes. I get a:
even when I send more than 512 bytes.
- Is there indeed a restricted message length?
- Is it possible to remove this contraint? Possibly in a payed option?
- I would love 65,535 bytes message length, but would expect at least 1,460 byes (one UDP packet)
Does this topic answer your questions?
Thnx Noah, but no. My experience is that messages can not exceed 512 bytes from CDP to device and 1024 bytes from device to CDP. I would like this constrained by relieved, at least to one UDP frame of 1460 bytes, but even larger if possible. In the message you refer to I read that larger messages should be split up, but since with a CDP communication is message based and not frame based, you have to sort and glue those messages to one yourself on both sides. That is a waste since TCP/IP was designed to do this for us! So next best to an ordinary TCP/IP connection directly to the backend server (or any other IP address) would be a larger message IMHO.