HE910 Http Reset Message

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    Hello

     

    Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but there is no section
    covering the HE910/XE910 device types yet.  

     

    I was interested to know what would cause a module to send out an HTTP Reset
    packet?

     

    I am using the internal TCP/IP stack via a HTTP Get command to communicate
    with a server and before i have a chance to read the server response the HE910
    is sending a reset command.

     

    As a note i have successfully used HTTP requests with other WebPages etc so believe
    the process is correct.  But am interested to know what sort of response
    from a server would produce the reset.

     

    Sorry i don’t have the firmware number on me but will update as soon as
    possible.

     

    Thanks for your time

     

    1. Hi Chris,

       

       can you post the list of commands and settings used?

       

      The module can close the socket for inactivity <maxTo> or escape sequence +++.

      Other causes could be PDP context deactivation requested by the network.

       

      I assume you have the control of the HTTP server, since you can log the packets received.