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Hi every body
I'm developing FTP client application. Client machine has two ethernet intefaces(eth0, eth1). When create socket connection i want to choose ethernet interface. How do i choose ethernet from Java?
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See if NetWorkInterface.getNetworkInterfaces() and the Socket( remoteaddress, remoteport, localaddress, localport ) constructor help. Let us know how it works out!
 
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Thanks a lot. i will try it.
 
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it works for me. Thank you
 
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