[PD] netsend/receive, a bit more

Adrian deCleir 0031259 at student.ul.ie
Thu Mar 25 18:15:39 CET 2004

I tried that, its still dodgy though and WAAYYY to slow anyway
thanks anyway

-----Original Message-----
From: nexyufuli evo [mailto:noskule at gmx.net]
Sent: 25 March 2004 15:55
To: Adrian deCleir
Cc: 'PD-list at iem.at'
Subject: Re: [PD] netsend/receive, a bit more

 . .. .maybe you try netclient / netserver of  the maxlib it works 
bydirectional, you can broatcast ore send msg to a specific computer . . 
. ..
grz nos

Adrian deCleir wrote:

>i dont know if anyone can help here but cheers if you can(im sure your
>getting bored of netsend.receive questions)
>This is a bit confusing so I hope you can have to patience to read it
>Anyway I basically have 3 computers on a LAN, I want them all to be
>connected to each other, so 
> 1:  computer A(we'll call it) I connect to computer B and C perfectly, I
>use a different port number each different computer, 
>	this works fine, 
>2: I try and then connect computer B to A and C, it connects to A fine but
>when I connect to C it says its connected but nothing happens in C when i
>try and affect it, so it doesnt seem to connect properly
>3: Anyway I move on despite this and try connect C to B and A, same again
>except it doesnt affect either B or A, so basically it says its connected
>but when I go to change values of B and A using C absolutely nothing
>in B and A
>is there limitations to netsend netreceive ?? as in the first one connects
>with the other 2 perfect, but the next one only connects to A and the next
>one doesnt connect properly to any of them
>Ive done this in different orders too, like starting with C, it connects
>perfect to B and A, but then B only connects to C and A doesnt connect at
>The most annoying part is the fact that its telling me its connected fine
>Any help appreciated if you can
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