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The number of slots is a Transport parameter in the routing node configuration. The slots for TCP and UDP are configured as the same parameter max_completed_connections (the value applies to both TCP and UDP Transports).

You can find additional information here.

The number of slots is a Transport parameter in the routing node configuration. The slots for TCP and UDP are configured as the same parameter max_completed_connections (the value applies to both TCP and UDP Transports).

You can find additional information here.

One thing to note is that the stand-alone routing node alljoyn-daemon has a capability to accept external configuration files via --config-file= option.

BundledRouter doesn't accept external configuration files by default. However, there is a scons option TEST_CONFIG with which you can specify a path to a configuration file that will be read by BundledRouter (and all apps using BR).

The number of slots is a Transport parameter in the routing node configuration. The slots for TCP and UDP are configured as the same parameter max_completed_connections (the value applies to both TCP and UDP Transports).

You can find additional information here.

One thing to note is that the stand-alone routing node alljoyn-daemon has a capability to accept external configuration files via --config-file= option.

BundledRouter doesn't accept external configuration files by default. However, there is a scons option TEST_CONFIG with which you can specify a path to a configuration file that will be read by BundledRouter (and all apps using BR).