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SubjectRe: SO_REUSEPORT and multicasting
Jason wrote:
> I wrote a program that uses multicasting to send data.
> It works great on HP-UX but does not work on Fedora
> Core 5. I emailed the fedora list but they were of
> little to no help.
> Does the kernel support SO_REUSEPORT? If so can
> anyone give me some suggestions why my program does
> not work on Linux? I did a route add -net
> dev eth0 but that did not do anything.
> Thanks,
> Jesse
That address is a multicast address, and therefore needs to go in the
multicast routing table, and not the unicast one.
You are using a command that only modifies the unicast table.


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