moocow at ling.uni-potsdam.de
Mon Jan 29 10:57:26 CET 2007
[second attempt at sending, since my new machine is not yet fully
configured and the first attempt bounced :-/]
yep, that's what OSC is for -- sending to arbitrary IP addresses. be
warned though, that since OSC (usually) uses UDP as its transport, your
packets might get lost en route; although even the intercontinentally
ballistic osc barrages i've sent (1 packet every 50ms or so, from
ISP#1(Germany) to ISP#2(USA) using 56k analog modems on both endpoints)
by and large seemed to get through intact...
On 2007-01-29 02:31:38, europa989 at aol.com appears to have written:
> hi, perhaps the names of these are different than what i'm calling
> them but i was under the impression that a computer has two ip
> address (at least). one is private or local, the other is used by the
> internet like websites. the second can also be found by going to
> websites like http://whatsmyip.org/ . I don't have a computer with PD
> at the moment, was wondering if oscx could send data to that second
> type of ip address. So, if one could send information (or receive
> information) using the less private ip address using osc in pd.
> If making this inquiry a touch more clear would be of good cause, I'd
> be fast to be of aid.
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