Network Programming Question

Hi All,

As I am not that experienced in network programming, I was wondering of anyone could give me guidance/code snippets or up to date links on how to use socket programming for Silverlight 3 Applications?

Thanks

Baz
baz86Asked:
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baz86Author Commented:
note: I am trying to use socket programming to connect from a silverlight application to a non-silverlight application
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PlatoConsultantCommented:
just use sockets class in the system.network namespace msdn has lots of samples on it
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baz86Author Commented:
Hi PlatoConsultant,
Thanks for the reply, do you have any good links or guidance on how i can begin connecting from a silverlight application to a server?
Thanks in advance
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threesixteenCommented:
Here's an example for Silverlight 2 that should still be applicable - note that you can only connect back to the host of origin and not remote hosts.

http://weblogs.asp.net/mschwarz/archive/2008/03/07/silverlight-2-and-sockets.aspx
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