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In Clovertech forum, I’ve found some communications regarding of internal connections. One thing brought up is that tcp_acknak.pdl instead of the typical mlp_tcp.pdl should be used.
Can I know the difference between the two and can I’ve a copy of this tcp_acknak.pdl? Would this help in the problem described below?
We’re having problem where the receiver didn’t respond with ACK and resulting pending messages in the sender. Receiver just return “ACK” for each message received.
After a 10 to 12 mins, sender starts ACK again and pending messages were all cleared but this cause long latency.
Below is how we configure this sender and receiver;
In site A: Inbound Thread -> Send Thread. Send thread is defined as a PDL TCP-IP client to local host and local port;
In site B: Receive Thread -> Outbound Thread. The Receive thread is defined as a PDL TCP-IP server with the port defined in the Send Thread. The pdl for the send/receive threads is mlp_tcp.pdl.
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