TCP/IP Connection failed

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TCP/IP Connection failed

Hello everybody, iam a beginner in Talend ESB.

 

I want to establish a TCP/IP connection to a Server. It's an RFID reader.

I have to send the reader an XML message via TCP / IP to a Host: "141.79.224.86" and a Port: 10001.

The XML message is called HostGreetings.

(<frame><cmd><id>1</id><hostGreetings><readerType>SIMATIC_RF680R</readerType><supportedVersions><version>V2.0</version><version>V2.1</version><version>V2.2</version></supportedVersions></hostGreetings></cmd></frame>)

After sending I have to get an answer. But that doesnt work.

 

My process is as follows:

 

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In the first step i send the whole code via tFileDelimited to the tSocketOutput (Client). This is working.

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The answer i can see only about wireshark i get one. But in Talend it does not show me.

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Thats the mistake i get.

 

Does anybody know what i'm doing wrong?

 

Thanks in advance!!!!

 

Kind regards

Ao

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Re: TCP/IP Connection failed

Are you sure using Socket Component is the right way?  Isn't this RFID Reader using an MQTT protocol?

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Re: TCP/IP Connection failed

Hello, no iam not sure if iam doing it right. I can set up the connection to RFID via XML interfaces or OPC UA.

I read something about mediation view with netty4 and mina2. But i dont know how it works.

 

I see the answer about Wireshark. Actually it works.

Only i cant get the answer!

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Re: TCP/IP Connection failed

But it is a TCP/IP connection of course

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