I have an application that meeds to: talks in UDP support optionally disabling multicast. treat multicast message the same way as unicast message but with few restrictions I thought I should use same UDP socket to receive both unicast and multicast datagrams. # udp_multicast_recv.py # Python version used: 3.9.1 import socket import struct host = ..
I am trying to send a UDP multicast message from my container-1 and trying to receive it on container2.I have linked container-2 with container-1 using –link option .I am using these sample codes for testing multicastsend.py import socket MCAST_GRP = ‘18.104.22.168’ MCAST_PORT = 5007 regarding socket.IP_MULTICAST_TTL # ——————————— # for all packets sent, after two ..
Just do for a simple multicast where there are 2 groups and based on group selected message is only sent to that group Source: Python..
I want to receive multicast data from multiple devices connected via two NICSs on a raspberry pi. My problem is that it seems i can only receive data from one of the networks eth0: Regular ethernet. address via dhcp server (10.24.53.194.X). eth1: usb-ethernet. connected to a switch but no router. Static ip set in dhcp.conf: ..
I’m trying to simulate multicast traffic on Linux. For this, I’m using the Sender of this tutorial: Multicast – Python module of the week Anyway, when I run the sender.py, with a tcpdump -e I see that the destination mac address is 00:00:…:00. I expected to see the destination mac address as specified in the ..