I have two cores, one called A, sub’d to ping_1 and the other called B and sub’d to ping_2. Core A publishes ping_2 to send triggers to Core B and B publishes ping_1 to trigger Core A.
What I see happen is that when the cores start I can notice both cores connect to WiFi successfully, then connect to the Spark cloud successfully. At this moment they can send triggers to the other and everything works. If I wait 30 minutes and try to send a trigger again from either it never arrives. Now I have verified that the publishing core IS connected to the Spark could when the call to publish is made, but the other core doesn’t seem to acknowledge it.
I wanted to ask if there are any known timeouts, DoS protection, or any other reason a sub request would be dropped from the Cloud service? Also, is that a way to see a log, from the Clouds perspective, of what events where triggered to and from a device?