hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Sun Dec 18 08:05:47 UTC 2016
ghane0 at gmail.com said:
> As a broadcast client, I listen to broadcast messages. I know what happens
> when I get one, I mobilise an (ephermal) association. What if I get two?
You mobilize another ephemeral association. There is probably some sanity
check for a total limit.
> As a broadcast client, I listen to broadcast messages. Do I ever
This area merges in with pool processing. There is some background code that
discards extra ephemeral associations. I'd have to check the code for the
details on "extra".
> When a manycast server replies for the first time, what IP address does it
> use as the sender?
I think it uses the normal IP Address for that interface.
If you want real answers, you can backup to 9.0.3 (I think) and setup the
broadcast/multicast stuff and play with it. I think I tested all the cases.
These are my opinions. I hate spam.
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