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Can Azure Sphere device be configured as a TCP client over Ethernet (eth0)?

The TCP Echo Server sample work great. However, I have a requirement where I need my Azure Sphere device as a TCP client. I modified the private network services sample application to work as a client (commented out Echo TCP Server) but the connection to the TCP server at PC fails. I have configured the network services at azure sphere device with static ip.

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SatishBoddu-MSFT answered

Azure Sphere device can be configured as a TCP client over Ethernet (eth0). Please ensure that the destination is in the app manifest under Allowed Connections.

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yashchabria-6038 answered

It doesn't work, for UDP Client, - > TOOLS_REVISION "20.07" ARGET_API_SET "6"

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