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Old 04-04-2005, 08:15 AM   #1
lavanyakolluri
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Question how can I read UPNP response from a device? I need this for testing purpose.


Hi All..

Can Any one help me out by telling how can I read UPNP device responses
which are multicasted to Ip address "239.255.255.250" and uses port number 1900.


I'm trying to test the device by writing test scripts which use Intel UPNP sdk api's.
and i'm on the control point end.

Thanks in Advance
Lavanya
 
  


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