Re: question about sockets
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 09:04:59 +0200
David Schwartz schrieb:
> How the right socket structure is found is protocol-dependent. For TCP,
> for example, it's based on the source IP, destination IP, source port, and
> destination port.
But does someone know how sockets with AF_PACKET are managed?
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