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  1. win32 programming
  2. Why does this call to accept hang this way?
  3. UDP and packets greater than 1500 bytes
  4. little help in simple socket library
  5. Trouble printing telnet "prompts"
  6. No port forwarding, question.
  7. Server sends unknown number of messages, client doesn't know when he stops
  8. capturing beacon frames on my wireless card
  9. PCI Telephoney recorder card output detection C or C++
  10. Socket question
  11. Accepting Sockets with accept()
  12. I need to accept and send to more then one connection.
  13. blocked on read/recv / how to read/send proper buffers
  14. unable to create pthreads for chat ap
  15. Socket blocking & end to end delay
  16. accept() within FreeBSD 8
  17. C Socket programming problem
  18. Driver Function
  19. Windows Network Monitor
  20. problem with network code
  21. Inter-Arrival time
  22. Petersons vs Bakery Algorithm.
  23. TIME_WAIT problem
  24. send and recv 3thd argument
  25. need winsock 2 info...
  26. UDP socket programming
  27. Socket programming in C on windows 7
  28. Raw sockets in windows
  29. Socketless Transport?
  30. (Where) learning linux tcp/ip sockets
  31. too many packets lost in a single rtp stream
  32. Resolving hostname into IP
  33. Networking Math problem
  34. raw socket to dgram communication
  35. Multicast Problem - Operation Not Permitted
  36. read returns junk
  37. socket programming and thread safety
  38. wifried sp3 wifi issue
  39. Socket Programming
  40. help me
  41. Need small guidance in my networking journey
  42. Open port, No handshaking, Possible???
  43. reading wifi signal level with C
  44. Server implementation.
  45. Setting up server socket?
  46. http connection lingers
  47. non-blocking socket with a timeout
  48. Monitoring self-destined packets without promiscuous mode
  49. Receive and read data in wireless mote communication
  50. extending/repeating a wireless signal.