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I have been using wiced_tcp_send_packet without any issues until i tried to send larger packets. I then switched to wiced_tcp_send_buffer and it works great in an example application with no TLS but once TLS is added and the packet is large enough to be fragmented, I run into a data_abort exception. The best that I can tell, the problem occurs in wiced_tcpip_common.c, at line 213, during the free call.
if (enc_buf_allocated == WICED_TRUE)
enc_output_buf = NULL;
Has anyone seen this?
The packet i was attempting to send was between 1800 and 1900 bytes.