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So long story short, I am investigating using Winsock/UDP to communicate between two software packages on separate computers hardwired together.

The issue i am having right away is, on the client&server how do you specify what port/adapter is going to be sending the packets if you have multiple?

I want to be just doing pure UDP broadcast packets(255.255.255.255) as its a point to point connection and setting up IP addresses every time would be too much of a hassle for reasons i wont go into.
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