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Specifying an adaptor for winsock

Posted on 1998-03-16
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I'm using the Winsock control that comes with VB5 (SP2).  What I want to do is connect to an address on the LAN, however when I run the program, it attempts to start a dial-up session and connect on the dial-up adaptor.  Is there a way of forcing the winsock control to bind to a specific adaptor ?
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you can find : my computer->control panel -> internet
  --> connect  page. please disable first checkbox (I don't know its caption ,because i use chinese version).
you done it.  if you use dial network for connection, application will use dial adaptor. if not, it use current adaptor (Lan adaptor).
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