I've an udp socket listening on <ip>:<port>.
If I make some network configuration changes, no socket error will be triggered.
Is it normal?
I've tested following cases:
1. switching off wifi: netstat tells that the socket is listening yet. And it 
will continue receive data (I've tried from a client on the same pc). If I stop 
and then restart listening, the <ip> is available
2. changing ip from control panel: netstat tells that the socket is listening 
yet. But data transfer is interrupted. If I reconfigure the previous <ip>, data 
transfer begins again.
Is this the  windows behaviour? 
There is a way to recognize networks changes like these? 
I haven't tried with a listening tcp socket yet. Will it be able to recognize 
network configuration changes? If yes, I could use it in combination with my 
udp socket.

Thank you in advance

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