Hello, one of my application uses UDP to communicate with some hardware. UDP is necessary in this case. It is possible to have several of those devices connected to the same PC, so each has its own address.
All of this hardware communication has been put into a DLL for the sake of reuse and encapsulation as it also contains other communication methods. (it abstracts them) Now my problem is: I wrote this when I hadn't yet completely understood how thing work and it's now like this: for each such UDP device one sending socket is used, but only one receiving socket for all those connections is used and those devices are set up so that they send their answers to that fix IP/port of this receiving socket. Our IT dept. now told me that using fixed IPs is a no no (I agree ;-)) so I have to change it sooner than later. Question: can I simply change my code so that the sending UDP socket also does the receiving for his connection? (I must check first whether this device supports sending the answers back to that UDP socket (IP/port) where it got his request from. Greetings Markus -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be