747Re: Problems getting my DV-Dongle working with my computer
- Aug 2, 2008This is exactly what you see if Windows is blocking the socket with
the firewall (or maybe a 3rd party firewall/security software).
The "receive Socket closed" is what you get if DVTool cannot talk to
ascpseriald via sockets.
Something in the O/S is blocking your TCP/IP socket communications.
--- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "michaelandreasmunz"
> Hello Robin,
> thanks for all your support. I did what you mentioned in your mail,
> but it still says the annoying "IOException receive Socket closed"
> the cmd-Window and "Cannot open device localhost: 20002" in thethe
> DVTool-Window. Do you know what this error message "IOException
> receive Socket closed" exactly means ?
> A Hardware-Info Tool shows a device FT232R USB UART connected to
> USB Port.where
> I also post the last lines in the ascp.txt file:
> ascp starting
> connect from 127.0.0.1:63054
> facu 0/0 tacu 0/0 fncu 0/0 fcu 1000/0/0
> network timeout
> Thanks + regards,
> Michael (DG3SBD)
> --- In DVDongle@yahoogroups.com, "Robin Cutshaw" <aa4rc@> wrote:
> > Make sure you have all of the programs from the DVTool-dist.zip
> > in one folder. If you move things around, it probably won't work.
> > Open a command window (Start->Run->Cmd) and cd to the folder
> > DVTool.jar is located. Then run "ascpseriald COMX 20002"where "X"
> > the com port your dongle is connected as. Then run DVTool.bat
> > click on the remote host checkbox. Try to click on Open and see
> > happens.
> > That's basically what DVTool.jar is doing. It starts the
> > program on the com port and IP port. It then connects to it and
> > communicates with the dongle, all behind the scenes.
> > That's also how you would go about putting the dongle on one
> > and run DVTool on another.
> > 73,
> > Robin
> > AA4RC
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