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About getting the WHO-HAS and IS_AT in android

asked 2014-04-03 01:43:23 -0800

pmais gravatar image

Hi everyone:

I´m beginner in Alljoyn, and I´m trying to communicate two AllJoyn Networks geographically separated. So I need to know a little the messages,and the underlaying protocol. I know when you use findAdvertiseName(), the router is sending a WHO-HAS message and all the devices that listen to it answer that request with an IS-AT message, I know that the implementation is at the core/router/ns. I would like to know if there is any possibility of getting this messages through the API for android or if I would have to go deeper

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answered 2014-04-03 10:54:14 -0800

georgen gravatar image

updated 2014-04-03 10:54:47 -0800

The WhoHas and IsAt packets are the low level packets that are put into the message header that will be sent across the physical link layer. The only place the WhoHas and IsAt packets exist are in the Name Service.

The WhoHas and IsAt packets only contain enough information to be transmitted on a local network. No one is expected to access to the packets outside the NameService.

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Thank you so much

pmais ( 2014-04-09 00:11:45 -0800 )edit
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