Subject: Re: Flag to exclude an interface from INADDR_ANY?
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From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 01/03/2002 13:09:14
>> Also, it would be nice if you could ask the kernel what address an
>> incoming UDP packet had "connected" with.
> You can.
> You have to set a socket option and then use recvmsg(2). You get an
> additional sockaddr in the control structure. I can never remember
> the name of the option, or I'd point you right at it.
UTSLing makes me think it's IP_RECVDSTADDR, at level IPPROTO_IP.
Search for RECVDSTADDR in /sys/netinet if you want to see for yourself.
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