Thanks in advance!
This does not exist. While I do understand your use-case, I don’t think the codec function should be the place to implement this.
Hi @brocaar , I have the same problem described here.
In mi case I have class C actuators that wait for commands from the application. The problem is that for example after some power outage where the gateways were offline for some time and in that time the application sent downlink commands, after power recovery and gateways reconnection the actuator will receive all the queued messages. This behaviour is not desirable because at the recovery time they are old messages and not relevant anymore.
Is this feature already implemented?
If not the a proposal could be something like this:
Can a feature be implemented were we can configure a TIMEOUT parameter for downlink messages? In this way if the queued message was not able to be transmitted after X time then the network server flush it from the queue.
@pabmitor have you working around this in some way?