Subject: Re: Flag to exclude an interface from INADDR_ANY?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 01/03/2002 08:17:07
>>> After that you need to start on individual programs, like
>>> portmapper, lockd & statd.
>> This is the other reason I didn't mention it: you'd need a
>> portmapper that supports split registration.
> Does portmapper support split registration or do you start one per IP
> address that you wish to serve differently?
You need a portmapper that supports split registration, if a program
can ever do multiple addresses with one socket, because it will then
expect to register only once, not once per address.
> Also, it would be nice if you could ask the kernel what address an
> incoming UDP packet had "connected" with.
Yeah. I think that's most of the reason bind uses one socket per local
address rather than an INADDR_ANY socket.
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