My colleagues tested with iPad Mini iOS Here are my findings: Does it have a runloop, or does it exit shortly thereafter? I will look into netcat now, but it seems the sending port changes every time I send something. So, actually I am trying to bind to the port several times which is not possible. Zip up the complete project, with refactored code and one-button GUI, and put it on pastebin or some other location. I have put everything into an IBAction like you said and executed it from a button – sends fine, but still no response.


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If you get it working, then you can create another app with more features later. Support for IPv4 and IPv6. UDP, length 25 From what I’ve seen browsing the web is that it works for everybody the first time. Here are my findings:. This would introduce some minimal overhead. Asked 4 years, 10 months ago.


Native objective-c, fully self-contained in one class. I’m resigning as a moderator from all Stack Exchange sites, effective today. Oh, I didn’t mean I had gotten the response through my application, I just meant I could get the successful response, through terminal when sending the exact same data. Dec 16, 1, 0 Sydney. Starting the network activity indicator solved that problem for me:. Show the declaration of the ‘error’ variable.


If you don’t have experience with UDP, you might want to review how it works, to make sure you’re gcdasyncdupsocket the right thing. Rectangle 27 0 If you want to view the packet on the iOS device, you can tether your iOS device to a Mac and mount the wifi adapter using shell command rvictl.

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Have I done this completely wrong? Is your program a command-line tool, or a double-clickable application? I send and received data just fine. Does anybody have any idea how to do this? Rectangle 27 0 Through my work on networking apps for iOS devices I have revealed that their network adapters have two different modes, let’s call them active and passive.


You tell it what to send or receive, and it handles everything for you. You can turn it off by clicking here: CocoaAsyncSocket still missing multicasted package. I have put everything into an IBAction like you said and executed it from a button – sends fine, but still no response. The wireshark activity probably keeps it in active mode so then it would get the UDPs. The classes are described below.


After building with carthage the resultant frameworks will be stored in:. Or if it’s small enough, attach it to a post here on MacRumors. If you know the port the app is receiving on, you should be able to use netcat the ‘nc’ command to send datagrams to it. Automatically accept incoming connections over both IPv4 and IPv6 with a single instance of this class. Post your code that does the receiving.


Where exactly do you initialise your socket property in InSocket. Once the port is bound, I cannot bind it any more.

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I am going to look into a runloop, though I do not end anything myself. Errors, send completions, receive completions, and disconnections all result in a call to your delegate method.

Rectangle 27 0 Take a look at this well-done tutorial — I did and have a product on the store that uses Bonjour because of this tutorial!