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multicast problems

Daniil Sosonkin
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Joined: Jan 15, 2004
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Hello, I have two small programs, one server that sends out messages and clients that receive it. Server runs on Linux with two (2) NICs and broadcasts. I've set it to broadcast to 192.168.110.255:6666 and then client joins 230.0.0.1:6666. Otherwise nothing is being received. So the problem is that this client receives one packet twice. Maybe I'm doing something totally wrong. I'd really appreciate if someone took a look at simple code below and point it where its wrong cause I'm totally lost. Btw, if I set server to broadcast to 230.0.0.1:6666 then client receives nothing.

The server:


The client:

[ November 12, 2004: Message edited by: Daniil Sosonkin ]
 
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