The documentation for server.onunexpecteddisconnect()
is a little misleading.
I've been overhauling my wifi code in light so some better understanding of device to agent connectivity. I monitor the reasons for disconnections and it is handy to get a reason
returned when server.connect() fails or when an unsolicited disconnection occurs.
I was reviewing an agent upgrade from earlier today and could see my devices reported it as a loss of connection due to wifi trouble (1) or inability to get a IP address (2). Neither of these was actually the reason
, as it was server related. My guess is that the impOS detects loss of connection swiftly, then tries to re-establish the connection. Any subsequent failure is reported as the reason
. The device doesn't actually know why the original connection was lost. Any reason
value passed to the callback has to be taken with a grain of salt.