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TCP nmea over ethernet: Maximum clients
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Is there a limit to the number of wifi clients that the OpenPlotter TCP server on a pi3B will support, feeding nmea 0183 (kplex?) data? 

Are individual active apps on tablets, or just individual tablets counted as a single client? Hopefully this last question makes sense?

Thanks, and apologies if this is the wrong board!
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#2
just individual tablets each machine gets its own ip wireless or ethernet. from the sever
"Is there a limit to the number of wifi clients "
its a hundreds or more.
non issue..
mare liberum
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#3
Thanks Jim. That's good. My reason for asking is that my existing hardware, a USR-TCP232-500 serial to Ethernet converter has a limit (for some reason) of 5 clients per port.
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USR-TCP232-500 serial to Ethernet converter has a limit (for some reason) of 5 clients per port
i am unfamiliar with that hardware.
maybe the 5 clients were meant for sharing a printer?
should only need one client for the serial the rpi.. then it can share to any number of devices with SK..
mare liberum
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