Outgoing UPD Address?

Posted on 2006-04-11
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I would like to find out the destination IP Address of an outgoing UPD packet (specific port/process).
Using iphelp.dll's GetUdpTable, I can only get the local ip/port.
For instance Sysinternal's TDIMon allows you to see ports in realtime,
there you can see the destination address.

How to accomplish this?
Question by:Robse
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    Accepted Solution

    There are numerous packet sniffing libraries written that do this

    google C# packet sniffer

    Author Comment

    Thanks I found a classm library!
    Hehe didn't know it was so easy...

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