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On 28.03.2016 22:34, Sylvain Munaut wrote: > On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 10:00 PM, Hannes Petermaier <oe5hpm at oevsv.at> wrote: >> From: Hannes Schmelzer <oe5hpm at oevsv.at> >> >> It is very inconvenient to have some RTL-stick on a machine with >> multiple network interfaces if it is bound to a specific one. >> >> So we break up this and make this dynamically. >> >> The -a option therefore is not needed any longer. > ?!? > > And what if you _want_ to bind it to a specific IP ? okay, i dissapeared this point of view. Of course we cannot drop this. > If you have several interface and just listen to all, just use -a 0.0.0.0 ... I remember having trouble in the past with this during another project, i think it was if there where two subnets on same physical interface (agree, that isn't a normal situation, but existing). Problem was that ip-stack used as source address always the first e.g. the lower one defined on the interface, this doesn't happen with the passive flag. I will double check this again and resend some V2. > Cheers, > > Sylvain best regards, Hannes