I am reveiving a few data packages in my patch. I process that data and in the end I do have two values that I need to send via TCP/IP to a receiver.
Both packages have to be send seperately and to the same port.
So of course I can not open that port twice. So I would have to close the port after the first message was sent and then go for the next one.
But I do not get any feedback from my TCP node, or?
Is there a clever workaround or solution that I do not see right now?
I could also send raw Hex Data and than just send one message, but that would get way more complex and I’d like to avoid that…
sorry, with package I meant a network package, but its a String yes.
I do have a frame delay now in front of one TCP node. I did not have the chance to check if this is suitable for the end device that I am trying to control (Its a DMX4all LAN to DMX converter).
If I would use a spread, it would send both values in one message? Because this is what the dmx converter does not understand…