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Old 07-06-2005, 10:02 PM
sdiverdi sdiverdi is offline
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Originally posted by tobin
We use what we understand to be the VRPN default port of 39684. If you're still having trouble please let us know.
Thanks for the info! I ended up finding the port thanks to an nmap port scan. =) However, I still can't get it to work! With this information, I can successfully connect to the PPT VRPN server, but then I don't receive any Tracker updates. I've looked with tcpdump and there's definitely steady traffic, but I don't see any activity with the various Remote types (Tracker, Analog, Dial and Button).

A few pieces of info - the VRPN code I'm using reports version 6.06, while the PPT VRPN server reports 6.04. Also, this is PPT version 2.02. I've made sure VRPN is selected in the configuration dialog, and that the streaming mode has been entered when I've tested.

Here's the output of one of the test clients included with the VRPN linux code:

Code:
sdiverdi@reality [7:05pm] ~/research/fogscreen/ppt/vrpn/client_src/pc_linux
94 > ./vrpn_print_messages 192.168.1.100:39684
vrpn_Log::open_log:  Log file "vrpn_temp.deleteme" already exists.
Writing to /tmp/vrpn_emergency_log instead.
vrpn_Connection: VRPN Note: minor version number doesn't match: (prefer 'vrpn: v
er. 06.06', got 'vrpn: ver. 06.04  0').  This is not normally a problem.
Time: 1120691890:854763, Sender: PPT0, Type vrpn_Tracker Pos_Quat, Length 64
Time: 1120691890:858413, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
Time: 1120701919:124231, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
Time: 1120701920:158619, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
Time: 1120701921:192961, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
Time: 1120701922:127538, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
Time: 1120701923:161938, Sender: clockServer, Type vrpn_Clock reply, Length 28
The vrpn_Clock messages keep coming, but never anything else from vrpn_Tracker.

So, any ideas what's up? Anything I can check / try out? Thanks again!
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