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there's a game i played all the time working fine with my own house Wifi, then today they do a server maintainance for few hours. After that i try to connect the game server to update the game using my house Wifi but it failed. If i use my Phone internet hotspot to connect to the server it work fine. But my house Wifi is working fine too it can surf other Web perfectly only the game updates not working.....is there a possible way the Wifi has blockany update from outside? please i need advice....
I know this seems like a repetitive question, and one there is probably no good answer to. So sorry in advance to ask what seems like a question that's already been answered. I am still flying on the previous software (last update, not current update). My base area is in Marina Del Rey, where I'm surrounded by airports. Are there people on the forum who have updated their software successfully, and are happy? Since it seems there is no recourse to retrograde, I'm concerned. And from what I am reading, it sounds like there are only CONS for upgrading. thank you... and people with happy stories, please let me know if there is something to be gained by upgrading?
I am using an RCM4100 or RCM4200 processor. For port D, for example, I know I must define the DINBUFSIZE AND DOUTBUFSIZE parameters, to say, 63 bytes. That works fine if I am using defines to alter the way the program compiles, but how do I dynamically change those values based on a DIP switch setting of my communications protocol? For example, what if I want 255 bytes for Modbus or 511 bytes for DF1 as set by a DIP switch input? Can I use malloc to change these and if so how?