The TCPConnection type exposes the following members.
Create a TCP Connection to a Brainboxes EDDevice Use Brainboxes Boost.IO to find out the IP address of the Brainboxes EDDevice on your network
Connection timeout for the socket in milliseconds, default 20 seconds This is approximately the same as the TCPClient connection timeout, however unlike the TCPClient, this connection timeout can be altered
Whether this connection to a Brainboxes Device is available, e.g. online or offline. In case of network TCP connection: this is if the device is pingable on the network. In case of serial connection: this is if the device COM port is listed on the system and not open by another process.(Inherited from Connection.)
Whether this connection instance to a Brainboxes Device is active(Inherited from Connection.)
The TCP port of the Connection to the Brainboxes Device e.g. "9500"
The Connections underlying stream class(Inherited from Connection.)
The connection and stream timeouts (for both stream read and stream write), measured in millseconds(Overrides ConnectionTimeout.)
Connect to the ED Device(Inherited from Connection.)
Disconnect from the ED Device(Inherited from Connection.)
Dispose of this Brainboxes device(Inherited from Connection.)
Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.(Inherited from Object.)
Serves as the default hash function.(Inherited from Object.)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object.)
When the status of the connection changes this event is raised e.g. when IsConnected changes from false to true or when IsAvailable changes: * for example for a TCPConnection if the IP address is goes from on-line to off-line * or for example for a SerialConnection when the COM name is no longer present or in use by another program(Inherited from Connection.)
The default port for ASCII
The default port for Modbus TCP
The IP address of the Connection to the Brainboxes Device e.g. "192.168.0.1"