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Topic: converted from old to 4.4 now I have questions
lori@backtracker.com

From: Mentor, OH USA
Posts: 2
Member Since: 11/14/13
posted November 14, 2013 5:28 PM

I've looked at the samples and still have questions regarding this code and rewriting it from the old version to 4.4

Tcp tcp2 = new Tcp();
SslStream ssl = (SslStream)tcp2.Stream.CoreStream;
ssl.UseAuthentication = false;
ssl.Protocol = SecureProtocol.Auto;
tcp2.Connect("nnn.nnn.nnn.nn", portnumber); //prod
adrclienttool tool = new sometool....
string myDeviceId = deviceid....
string myEncryptedPassword = password....
string myNewPassword = something...
string XmlResults = "";
string XMLComBlock = "" ;
tcp2.Send(XMLComBlock);

//Wait for The Response loop until they drop the connection
if (!noreceive)
{
while (tcp2.Connected == true)
{
Segment seg = tcp2.Receive();
XmlResults += seg.ToString();
}
}
Console.WriteLine(XmlResults);
lori@backtracker.com

From: Mentor, OH USA
Posts: 2
Member Since: 11/14/13
posted November 14, 2013 5:36 PM

sorry hit enter before finished typing

what I'm looking for is how to do this in the new version

Tcp tcp2 = new Tcp();
SslStream ssl = (SslStream)tcp2.Stream.CoreStream;
ssl.UseAuthentication = false;
ssl.Protocol = SecureProtocol.Auto;
tcp2.Connect("nnn.nnn.nnn.nn", portnumber); //prod

figure send becomes write and receive becomes read of some sort readtoend...
Nick B (Admin)

From: Utica, NY USA
Posts: 576
Member Since: 05/25/10

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posted November 15, 2013 12:00 PM

Hello,

The equivalent of that for the current version:

Tcp tcp2 = new Tcp();
TcpSession session = new TcpSession();
session.RemoteEndPoint.HostNameOrAddress = "nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn";
session.RemoteEndPoint.Port = portnumber;
tcp2.Connect(session);
ClientSecurity sec = new ClientSecurity();
//See Tcp.AuthenticateAsClient in the help documentation for a code snippet demonstrating ClientSecurity its use
tcp2.AuthenticateAsClient(sec);
SslStream ssl = tcp2.SslStream;

Send() is Write(), Receive() is Read(). The other Read* methods are convenience methods.
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