I have an USRP1 working on USB therefore it shouldn’t give such kind
errors like “Error: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the
It has nothing to do with firewalls (I’m not opening UDP sockets, it’s
USRP2 or newer device) therefore the big question is why it’s not
intended. It recognized my USRP1, but nothing more. What is the order of
devices. I suppose it starts to look around for USB devices after that
devices on other interfaces, so when running uhd_usrp_probe it should
do it’s job with USB devices, NO? therefore I should see results from
uhd_usrp_probe and after thet this error. I’ll have to check the source
Thank you very much.
On 04/26/2011 04:59 PM, Mark Colin wrote:
I have an USRP1 working on USB therefore it shouldn’t give such kind of
errors like “Error: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote
Sorry, I missed that it was a USB based USRP. Even though its USB, the
discovery logic still tries to send out broadcast packets to your
network interfaces. (I am assuming that this error is a network issue.)
I think if you add these arguments, the discovery logic wont attempt to
search the network.
It still might be worth it to fix the issue. Maybe disable a few extra
network interfaces (or virtual ones like VPN). I have no idea, so I am
curious as to what might cause this.
I assume you did do this: