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LWP doesnt se response from Galaxy Embedded Web Server. I have a cheeep router with an embedded Web server for maintenance. I'd like to read the stats page with LWP, but LWP doesnt get the body of the response. It gets the header back, but not the body. Peeking at the packets, the Galaxy web server pushes the ehader out in one packet, then sends the body in subsequent packets. I can't follow the code in LWP, but I guess it's not waiting for packets to come back, it just assumes there no more immediate data and therefore nothing more ...

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    Default LWP doesnt see response from Galaxy Embedded Web Server

    LWP doesnt se response from Galaxy Embedded Web Server.



    I have a cheeep router with an embedded Web server for maintenance.



    I'd like to read the stats page with LWP, but LWP doesnt get the body of the
    response.



    It gets the header back, but not the body.



    Peeking at the packets, the Galaxy web server pushes the ehader out in one
    packet, then sends the body in subsequent packets.



    I can't follow the code in LWP, but I guess it's not waiting for packets to
    come back, it just assumes there no more immediate data and therefore
    nothing more coming back.



    Is there a known fix for this (short of putting a sleep(5) in somewhere
    awful)



    Thanks,



    George




    George R. Gonzalez Guest

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    Default Re: LWP doesnt see response from Galaxy Embedded Web Server

    In article <CJXcb.585251$YN5.427443sccrnsc01>,
    "George R. Gonzalez" <grg2.Elide-This.PartAnd-This-comcast.net>
    wrote:
    > LWP doesnt se response from Galaxy Embedded Web Server.
    >
    > I have a cheeep router with an embedded Web server for maintenance.
    >
    > I'd like to read the stats page with LWP, but LWP doesnt get the body of the
    > response.
    >
    > It gets the header back, but not the body.
    I'm not sure it'll be any help but try:

    use LWP::Debug '+';

    in your script. This might show you something useful.

    P

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