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bindip in sockets???? #112307 22/02/05 07:59 PM
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in the manual i can see this:
/socklisten [-d] [bindip] <name> [port]

well i tryed to use the -d flag but i can't. I was interested to see what is the advantage of this.

Also i was interested in using it with udp for multicast sockets, is this possible?

thanks confused

Re: bindip in sockets???? #112308 22/02/05 08:14 PM
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The -d bindip is used when you have multiple IPs (like when you have multiple network cards active) and want to bind a socket to listen to a specific one.


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Re: bindip in sockets???? #112309 23/02/05 11:19 AM
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Ok many thanks
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