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QuestionPocketPC 2003 programming on VS 2008?? Pin
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Moak13-Jul-10 2:29
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Sending a UDP package to the universal broadcast address 255.255.255.255 should work on all network interfaces... at least on Windows. Broadcasting is only guaranteed to work within the LAN, in case you have a bigger (company) LAN the broadcast could be limited to your network segment. UDP is commonly used for service discovery in the LAN, once peers have found each other you can switch to another protocol, because UDP is not the most reliable transport available.

Give it a try! Smile | :)

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