[riot-devel] GCOAP Error from gnrc_sock_udp

Arndt, Josua jarndt at ias.rwth-aachen.de
Tue Dec 19 13:32:02 CET 2017


Hello I got an strange behavior when compiling the gcoap example. Maye someone has an idea.

I run Riot on an atxmega256a3u with an at86rf233.

When I compile with ENABLE_DEBUG (1) tin gcoap.c then everything works as expected and I am able to get .well-known/core information from the node.
But when I disable debug I always get the error -EPROTO  from gnrc_sock_udp.
Which checks

if (
        (sock->remote.family != AF_UNSPEC) &&  /* check remote end-point if set */
        ((sock->remote.port != byteorder_ntohs(hdr->src_port)) ||
        /* We only have IPv6 for now, so just comparing the whole end point
         * should suffice */
        ((memcmp(&sock->remote.addr, &ipv6_addr_unspecified,
                 sizeof(ipv6_addr_t)) != 0) &&
         (memcmp(&sock->remote.addr, &tmp.addr, sizeof(ipv6_addr_t)) != 0)))) {

With debug:
_recv_ieee802154: received packet from 18:c0:ff:ee:1a:c0:ff:ee of length 65
00000000  6F  00  08  E0  8B  21  A5  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00
00000010  00  00  00  00  01  21  A5  00  00  00  00  00  00  20  28  3C
00000020  DC  25  BB  61  3E  F0  81  3D  16  33  F2  6F  50  01  73  6A
00000030  BB  2E  77  65  6C  6C  2D  6B  6E  6F  77  6E  04  63  6F  72
00000040  65
_recv_ieee802154: reallocating.
Address Format specified unspecified 0, Format 0
Port 0 != 33085
IP good ipv6_addr_unspecified: 0
IP good tmp.addr: 1

Without Debug:
_recv_ieee802154: received packet from 18:c0:ff:ee:1a:c0:ff:ee of length 65
00000000  6F  00  05  01  10  21  A5  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00
00000010  00  00  00  00  01  21  A5  00  00  00  00  00  00  20  28  3C
00000020  DC  25  BB  61  3E  F0  83  5E  16  33  F0  4E  50  01  73  6A
00000030  BB  2E  77  65  6C  6C  2D  6B  6E  6F  77  6E  04  63  6F  72
00000040  65
_recv_ieee802154: reallocating.
Address Format specified unspecified 1, Format -29115
Port 41 != 33630
IP good ipv6_addr_unspecified: 1
IP good tmp.addr: 1

So the question is where are these values assigned to the sock, so I can investigate this further.
And what could cause this strange behavior.

Thanks in advance
Josua Arndt

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