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In NetX Duo version, at least, wiced_tcp_server_add_tls inits a context object and then adds it to all sockets for this server. But wiced_tls_advanced_context_t object seems to be stateful and connection-specific, and can't be shared from what I can see.
How can concurrent TLS connections work in this implementation? (which is what socket array is for)