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Hi,

I want to create a program (who doesn't?) that monitors TCP/IP connections from and to the machine the program is running on. And if possible if the program does not like the ip adress that it disconnects.

Could any1 get me started with some functions, idea's ?

Kind regards,
Arijan
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Search the Books Online for "Using the Winsock COntrol",  It contains working code for a client and server using both TCP & UDP protocols.  You will need to create an array of ports to "Listen" on for incoming connections.
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Thx for the tip
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