#3 To support connection from win-client

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2002-04-05
2002-04-05
Genmei Mori
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This patch will be helpful when you create upnp-igd-device that
supports windows IM client.

Sometime, Windows Messenger
client on WinXP sends 'M-SEARCH' packet to unicast-server-address
insted normal-multicast-address.
SDK can not capture this
request because he is waitng at multicast address only.

This
patch changes SSDP listening address from SSDP_IP to
INADDR_ANY.
(I do not know whether this will be allowed or not...)

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  • Genmei Mori
    Genmei Mori
    2002-04-05

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    I am sorry I forgot attach.

     
  • Genmei Mori
    Genmei Mori
    2002-04-05

    patch_for_ssdplib

     
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    I have installed the last version of SDK but there isn't the
    ssdplib.c. WIN-XP do not see my device and linux controlPoint
    do not see MICROSOFT SDK's UPnP devices.

    Thanks,

    David Scaradozzi
    soong@libero.it

     
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    I have done this manually while following the INSTALL file from
    linuxigd-0.92.tgz. Now I'm testing MSN Messenger 6.0 on two
    Windows XP boxes, but Voice conversation does'nt work.
    UPNP gateway on Redhat9 adds 2 iptables lines per client.
    MSN Messenger starts working only if I manually nat all UDP
    packets to the MSN Messenger PC. I used the upnpsdk-
    1.0.4.tar.gz for compiling linuxigd-0.92.tgz. What could be the
    problem?

     
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    This TIP is for upnpsdk-1.0.4