I want to use "pointopoint" option of udpcast to transfer data since there
is only one receiver.
However, it seems like I don't need to specify a destination IP address when
using this option.
If this is the case, how does udpcast handle unicast data transmission
without a specified unicast destination address ?
On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Autuori Gianluigi
> I start the first pc with iso image of udpcast.
> I configure eth manualy
> Then I start sender and it waits for connection
> Now I switch on second pc and I select boot from network, but it doesn't find any dhcp server available
udpcast does neither include a dhcp server nor a tftp server.
As PXE booting is a somewhat more complex setup, you would need a
separate PC (besides your udpsender and udpreceiver) which should run
a (configured) tftpd and a (configured) dhcpd.
Maybe you would be able to use Udpcast Image Generator to embed tftpd
and dhcpd into udpcast. However, I would consider this a a pretty much
time consuming task. So you really should try to get a third machine
as a real server.
I tried to download the executable windows versions of udpcast receiver
and sender from http://udpcast.linux.lu/exe.html.
Unfortunately, I could not download them since the links seemed not to
Can anybody fix it ?
If not, are the sources of udpcast receiver and sender portable ? That
is, can I compile the source under Windows without any problems ? Which
steps are required for a successful compilation ?
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