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Old 07-19-2018, 08:32 AM   #1
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Cool SOME IP protocole


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Old 07-19-2018, 11:18 AM   #2
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Hello everyone, this is my first question here, I hope you can help me.

I downloaded the SOME IP protocol on 2 VMs (one unbuntu and one debian) each VM being on a PC: so I have 2 PCs.
I created two applications (a server and a client) on each PC and I manage to send a message (ex: Hello Bob!) Via the famous SOME IP protocol.

My mission is to do the same thing but with a PC only client and a PC only server.
1 PC (with the Ubuntu VM) is my client, the other (with the debian VM) is my server. They are both connected by a physical Ethernet cable and my two machines ping themselves without worries.

So I have to send a message (ex: Hello Bob!) From one VM to another via SOME IP and I do not really know how to do it ..

Does anyone have an idea?

Thank you very much in advance for your possible answers !!

Anne-Sophie, a trainee a little lost haha
Download the same "SOME IP" protocol and do the same thing. There is zero difference between the VM case and a live network.

However, perhaps you should share a bit more about this IP protocol that you downloaded and what your interface to it was, along with what you had to do to have it send and receive messages.

Asking forum members to offer "possible" answers is not fair, nor polite to us, nor helpful to you. We should not be guessing what IP protocol you've used, what application you used, and how you used it. Instead we should very much understand exactly what you did over VM machines so that we can advise what to do for the live network case.

Meanwhile, I'm sure many of the forum members can send a client-server message of some type using a variety of means. I know I can do this. My point here is that since you are admittedly new, and a trainee who is a little lost, then what good would it do for me to give you information which you may not understand?
 
Old 07-23-2018, 02:16 AM   #3
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Hum okay.. sorry for disturbing you, I will find on my own.
 
Old 07-23-2018, 02:46 AM   #4
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Hum okay.. sorry for disturbing you, I will find on my own.
So, rather than take rtmistler's good advice and provide more info, you're just going to tootle off? Far be it from me to say, but you're missing a great learning opportunity here.
 
Old 07-23-2018, 09:18 AM   #5
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Allô Anne-Sophie - bienvenue au forum.

Don't be offended by members' requests for more information or details. It helps us better understand your situation and consequently offer better advice / answers.

The forum is sometimes targeted by students with homework assignments looking for spoon-fed answers - which is against forum policy. Hence, at times we will ask for a little more depth.

Feel free to return with more background and I'm sure several members will be able to help you out.

Cheers - bonne journée !
 
Old 07-23-2018, 10:35 AM   #6
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Just an advisory that the OP posted their "first" question 6 days earlier in the Debian forum, however in a foreign language.

https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...1/#post5878820

It appears that their response to being told that this was an English only forum was to wait about a week, and then create an English duplicate here in Newbie.

Yes, they are quite welcome here on LQ, however they should be aware of how the forum works and consider providing feedback when requested as opposed to implying that they have disturbed people with their question.
 
Old 07-23-2018, 12:21 PM   #7
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Obviously I totally agree with statements that (even) new LQ users should adhere to ordinary rules on how to ask questions, provide information and feedback etc. Maybe I feel so more so than most of you here. And the 3 posst as this user posted in 6 days are certainly insufficient and worth not more than a click to the next thread.

BUT... the protocol SOME/IP is really a protocol. It is not just "some protocol", but SOME is Scalable service-Oriented MiddlewarE over IP. Right, like someone says: "My name is Nobody". It is far-fetched and IMHO not very smart except to draw attention.

So the OP was asking about a specific not some protocol. Everything else I said about attitude still holds of course

jlinkels.
 
Old 07-23-2018, 04:51 PM   #8
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But the protocol looks a bit rubbish. I glanced at its specification.
The name is the only "clever" bit about it.

I wouldn't be tempted to get in a car where SOME was connected to any vital component.
 
  


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