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GPRS packets

 
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Hi,

I want to read the above mentioned packets on the server side. I will get these packets as streams and not some http requests. it means that clients will connect through TCP/IP. Is there any useful api for doing this?

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Maki Jav
 
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Well till now I have learnt that the packets are 4 bytes each...




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Guys are you listening? Anyone?

My server clients will be mobile phones connecting through tcp/ip port...


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Hi,

How would I know that I have received a 4 byte chunck through a live connection?
 
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Sounds like you should use a Socket. Try this tutorial. Does that help?
 
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