[Sorry for the long delay. I hope to answer mails a in timely matter again.
Just slightly overloaded with work]
On 10/29/2017 08:51 AM, Masashi Honma wrote:
Currently ConnMan checks X-ConnMan-Status in HTTP header of online
This looks ConnMan only specification.
Indeed, iOS and Android checks only "Success" or "Fail" string in
Is there any reason to use the HTTP header ?
From reading the code, it looks like the X-ConnMan-Status is not
necessary. Though one could argue, that having the X-ConnMan-Status in
tells the client, that the connected server speaks a certain protocol.
There are a bunch of additional X-ConnMan-* fields parsed lke
X-ConnMan-Client-IP, X-ConnMan-Client-Country, X-ConnMan-Client-Region and
X-ConnMan-Client-Timezone (see portal_manage_status()).