I'm trying to create a UDP multi broadcast based chat program, the idea being that anyone on the local network can just pop on and start typing and sending messages.  I figure that every client needs two sockets, one to send messages and one to r...
I'm very new to this so I really don't know what I'm doing, but I've setup a node.js udp server.  I want to send a packet to it from the client (being from a website), but I don't know how to do that in javascript/ or if it's...
I am building a real-time multi-player browser-based game using node.js. At the moment I have the client send user input to the game logic server via socket.io and a snapshot of the game world sent back to the client for rendering.  Below is a simpli...
We need send data to our users' devices using the TFTP protocol, which is a simple FTP-like protocol that works over UDP.  Since we can't open a UDP socket using javascript, we have been using our server as a proxy, sending the data to our se...
when setting up a socket via dgram.createSocket('udp4'); and NOT binding it to a specific port I do receive broadcasted packets which were sent to 255.255.255.255 But when I'm binding the same socket to the specific IP of my interface thi...
What I am trying to do is create a test script (javascript) to check if a client can connect via "server reflexive candidates".  I copied the script from test.webrtc.org where it basically creates two peers and send some text via data channel...
I want to handle a lot of (> 100k/sec) POST requests from javascript clients with some kind of service server. Not many of this data will be stored, but I have to process all of them so I cannot spend my whole server power for serving requests onl...
I am working on a project where a C application sends udp datagrams from port 44044 and I would like to use node.js v0.10.20 to simply echo these packets to the console.  I use the classical examples to connect:  var dgram = require('dgram');...
I have set up a node application which receives packets from a Port at an IP address and serves the contents to a web-page. This IP address has traffic going through two ports, 9999 and 10000. My application has the following code:      var PORT_ONE...
I have a UDP dgram socket server written in node.js .  here's the code snippet from server.js    var PORT = 50000;  var HOST = '0.0.0.0';  var dgram = require('dgram');  var server = dgram.createSocket('udp4');  server.on(...

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