[Rpcemu] Well really.

jan rinze janrinze at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 08:33:44 PST 2011


Both VRPC and RPCemu get their own ip-address. that way the connection to
that ip-address needs to be 'bridged' or 'natted'.

Jan Rinze.

2011/11/4 Jeremy Nicoll - ml roinfo <jn.ml.roi.39 at wingsandbeaks.org.uk>

> Bob Latham <bob at mightyoak.org.uk> wrote:
>
> > AIUI the bridging bit is not coded by the rpcemu people so I assume it
> > can't be fixed so how do VRPC do it?
>
> Why would VRPC need to use a bridge?  VRPC is just a windows app that
> happens to use Windows' Socket services, like any other such windows app.
>
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