[GST-DEVEL][SPAM (Keyword)] - Re: Is there a way to determine the senders IP address from a udpsink?
Wesley J. Miller
WMiller at sdr.com
Fri Sep 9 14:34:33 PDT 2011
Yes, I meant udpsrc. Late Friday brain death.
I guess I need a little more information. Obviously I need to hook the
signal handler to something. My first guess was the udpsrc. Nope.
So, my next guess is the GstURIHandler associated with the udpsrc. Makes
more sense since the first returned parm is the handler that raised the
signal! So, how do I get the associated handler's "handle"?
On 9/9/11 4:28 PM, "Marco Ballesio" <gibrovacco at gmail.com> wrote:
>On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 10:14 PM, Wesley J. Miller <WMiller at sdr.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Is there a way to determine the senders IP address from a udpsink?
>I guess you meant udpsrc. Imo for the udpsink you wouldn't need a
>GStreamer specific API ;)
>> The inspect data for udpsrc does not list such a property.
>Maybe you could make use of this:
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