Hello Francois, >>> Maybe use Pause/Resume ?
> It suppress async notification. So you don't receive events anymore but I/O > continue as much as winsock can, for example filling his receive buffer. Got it. Wouldn't this be similar to ignoring OnDataAvailable event and is vulnerable to DOS attack? >> If so, I guess I Pause the client socket and resume it when >> the resume socket is connected. > Not sure I understand, but probably the answer is yes :-) Sorry for the typo. I meant remote, not resume ;) and you guess is right :) >> Is there a flat to check if a client socket is paused? > There is a flag FPaused but it is not exposed as a property. Oh, will you be able to expose it? I can modify the source code for now but I think it's useful when Pause and Resume is exposed. And sorry for the typo again. I meant flag, not flat. You got that right, too :) Jack -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be