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How to control an Ethernet link with VB

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shell3

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vb link with ethernet

My problem is to control a remote equipment throught an Ethernet link using Visual Basic.

I will like to write a command to a TX-Buffer and have this buffer sent automatically to a RX-Buffer in the remote equipment. The same scheme in the test equipment will send a response back to the controller.

A driver that do this job should already exist... Interrupt driven interface is preferable.It should run under W2K and XP.

Any suggestions?

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You need to use the "winsock" control that comes included with VB. It is simple to use and there are numerous examples on the internet. Just earch VB and winsock on g00gle and you will find what you want
 

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