I’ve installed wfview (originally v1.1) to run an ICOM 7300 within my internal network. I have a clean (no other apps installed) Windows 7 computer dedicated to the task on the server side, as well as a Windows 10 client also running v1.1. From a short testing period, I didn’t observe any issues.
However, I realized quickly that I’d want some of the newer features of hamlib/etc, so I installed 1.2d on both sides. Everything is functioning, however the client audio will occasionally freeze. When this does, it’s for a fairly extended time (>minute?). The server continues to show an active waterfall/etc during this time, and continuous pings show a stable connection between them. Attempting to disconnect/reconnect the client doesn’t work. Of course restarting the server then connecting the client does (or just waiting).
Throughout my testing, I’ve increased the buffering - the last failure had latency values set to ~320. I’ll provide a debug log shortly, as new users can’t upload.
I appreciate your thoughts!