Hello Jack,

Seems you have a subnet mask of /16
Then the broadcast ip has to be:
If mask is /16 then it has to go out on all interfaces (I never tryed

Rgds, Wilfried

Monday, April 4, 2005, 20:26, Jack wrote:

> Hello Francois and all,

> I am trying the UDP sender (broadcaster) demo.
> I have multiple interfaces on my PC:
>   wired (disconnected)
>   wireless (
>   two virtual interfaces installed by vmware
>     (,

> My LAN is on the 192.168.1 subnet. However, when I do a
> UDP broadcast with the sample, the UDP packet actually
> goes to the 192.168.88 subnet. It seems that setting
> LocalAddr to doesn't make it broadcast on all
> interfaces. Any easy way to fix it? I know I can do
> a broadcast on all interface by setting the LocalAddr
> to each of them. I wonder if there is a simple way.

> -- 
> Best regards,
> Jack

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