So This leads me to think that TWSocket is not
the LocalPort, such that when I try to reopen the connection a few seconds
after I close it, windows raises the 10048 error due to the LocalPort
Is this the case ????
No, it isn't. But Windows TCP/IP stack does that.
Try setting ReuseAddr property to true.
Is there something else I need to call ??
Why would you assign LocalPort ?
As I said in previous message, DO NOT ASSIGN LocalPort property. To connect
to a remote host, only the (remote) Port is important.
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