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    if they use auto ips on a bus network (not likely) u plugging in would #### it all up.

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    Originally posted by Waldo2k2
    Data goes through it first...you're always sending and receiving data from that server, however, whether you're accessing the internet as well or not.
    Not necessarily true. The real reason that your lights can be flashing when you're not even doing anything is that there is most likely a hub of some sort on the network you're connected to. A hub acts as a repeater, thus sending out bits to all the computers on the network and the one that requested those bits will accept it, the others will just ignore it. SO the flashing lights indicate that someone is on the network creating traffic, not necessarily you sending and recieving information.

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    There is always some form of activity between a client and its server, even if its for the sole purpose of maintaining a connection.

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    Interesting....

    None the less

    To Hook into an "on_connect event" on the server .....


    ....anyone ?

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    just make the network think your pc is a pc thats already granted access....or maybe give the admin 10 bucks.

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    missing the point,


    I'd like to catch the on_connect event in a program i'm thinking of creating

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    look into winsock programming, basically in your program you will do an if statement, based upon the return value of whatever function is called when creating a connection....of course that program will have to institute the connection to be able to get that value. All in all, the hardest part will be learning winsock, beyond that checking for a connection 'event' (i used javascript too ) would be part of normal run time error checking, the same as in file operations, memory allocation, etc.
    PHP and XML
    Let's talk about SAX

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