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Hi, I'm developing an application that handles an ipx connection, but I
have a problem when I try to bind the socket with the MAC Address of
the NIC that I want to use. It seems to take the first connection with
the IPX protocol enabled. I've been researching about this topic but I
haven't found something that helps. I'll appreciate your help. Thank
you.

Jan 31 '06 #1
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