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Re: IP Multicast
Robert Elz <kre%munnari.OZ.AU@localhost> writes:
> I kind of half remember (from the ancient past) that there was a way
> that you could set which interface that was, rather than it just being
> some seemingly random interface selected by the kernel, but I do not
> recall if NetBSD has a way to do that or not. Perhaps someone else
> here knows how it is done, if there is a way.
For transmit, I think you can set a router for 224/5 to the interface
you want to use.
But really, you either need to have programs that deal with this
explicitly (like routing programs or other low-level stuff), or you
should run a multicast routing daemon. See mrouted(8).
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