On Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 11:36 AM, Ivo Wever <wever / axini.com> wrote:
> If I send a UDP packet containing 'foo' like this:
>
>  >  Ԭ >  䨧藺  
>
> then wireshark tells me it gets sent from 192.168.x.y. However, my
> server is listening on localhost:40001. How can I choose the source
> address from which (and the interface via which) the socket will send
> its packet?

Hm, no UDP specialist here but can't you bind to the proper address
and then send the broadcast?

Kind regards

robert


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