about msn file transfer

Jorge Villaseñor salinasv at gmail.com
Fri Nov 26 12:00:30 EST 2010

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 3:18 AM, Brian Lu <brian.lu at oracle.com> wrote:
>  Hi, All,
> I'm working on a bug about transfer files between two msn accounts on
> OpenSolaris platform.
> The bug is that after clicking "accept" button, file transfer doesn't happen
> until timeout.
> Pidign works well on Linux and I found that if A sends a file to B,  after
> clicking "accept" button,
> B seems to send and 'ACK n' message back to A (where n is a number) then A
> will start file transfer (on Linux).
> I saw 'ACK 11'  in buf[] (in read_cb()) with my test case. But I can't find
> the code to send the 'ACK n' message.
> Does anyone know where the codes are?
> Thanks
> Brian

That message "ACK" is not sent by B but by the switchboard server.

Have you tried with other protocol? It looks to me that this timeout
comes from the ft code.


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