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Dual stack implementation using a single socket

This is a discussion on Dual stack implementation using a single socket within the Networking/Device Communication forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; how to implement Dual stack using a single socket? it should support both ipv4 and ipv6. please help....

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    Dual stack implementation using a single socket

    how to implement Dual stack using a single socket? it should support both ipv4 and ipv6. please help.

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    Could you be any less specific? Is this for a PC? What's the OS? Is this an embedded system? What socket library are you using? BSD? Winsock? Something for your proprietary embedded OS?

    We need serious detail if you want serious help, otherwise, all we can say is STFW.
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    Somehow it seems like another case of someone managing to blag their way into a job they know nothing about, and now they need our help to help keep that job.

    And yes, I do know which company you work for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aswathy View Post
    how to implement Dual stack using a single socket? it should support both ipv4 and ipv6. please help.
    Solve it with programming.

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    Now I'm curious. What is a dual stack? Also, is IPv6 going to succeed IPv4 anytime soon, or has it already?

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    Since the OP never came back, and now it's just random bump and wibble, this is closed.
    If you're still interested, start a new thread in the tech forum.
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