#3 Missing Host header?

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2003-07-28
2003-07-18
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I just used cyberlink control point to test UPNP, and
I found that Cyberlink control point did not send SSDP
packet with correct format, in "Universal Plug and Play
Device Architecture", they define an M-Search packet
must have the "Host" field (defined in section 1.2.2),
when I used Cyberlink control point to do the same test,
the M-Search packet it sent does not contain
the "HOST" field, please ref Output_cyberlink.txt, I
check our source code, if we receive an M-Search
packet without HOST field, it will be discarded.

And I have done another test with cyberlink control
point, for example : action, query, subscribe, .... ,I
found it does not send out a packet at all.

Discussion

  • Satoshi Konno

    Satoshi Konno - 2003-07-23
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  • Satoshi Konno

    Satoshi Konno - 2003-07-23

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    The bug is added when I changed the multicasting codes
    because J2SE can't bind multiple interfaces for the
    multicasting on Linux.

    Call the following methods to avoid the bug. Otherwise,
    please get the latest package.

    UPnP.setEnable
    (USE_SSDP_SEARCHRESPONSE_MULTIPLE_INTERFACES);

    Thanks for your report :-)

     
  • Satoshi Konno

    Satoshi Konno - 2003-07-28
    • status: open --> closed
     

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