Hello Martin, Do the ping both before and after you open the DB.
ping_server("10.0.0.4"); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP, sqlite3_open(DB_NAME); sqlite3_close(DB_NAME); ping_server("10.0.0.4"); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP, See if the first one works. That'll validate your theory. My guess is the first one won't work either and you're barking up the wrong tree. C Tuesday, March 23, 2010, 12:55:36 PM, you wrote: MS> I have a program which builds an ICMP package over IP and sends it. Before MS> that, I get IP number and other information from a SQlite DB. I was having MS> problems, so I began to comment different parts of the code, until I got to MS> this code (pseudocode): MS> sqlite3_open(DB_NAME); MS> sqlite3_close(DB_NAME); MS> ping_server("10.0.0.4"); //my ping function, which pings a "hardcoded" IP, MS> doesnt interact with DB MS> If I run that code, the package nevers gets send (can't detect it with MS> Wireshark). If a comment the sqlite part, it works perfectly. Somehow, the MS> SQlite function calls are screwing with the port access, but I can't fin any MS> reasonable explanation. MS> Any ideas? MS> I've been stuck for days with this problem. MS> Regards, MS> Martin Sigwald MS> _______________________________________________ MS> sqlite-users mailing list MS> email@example.com MS> http://sqlite.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users -- Best regards, Teg mailto:t...@djii.com _______________________________________________ sqlite-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://sqlite.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users