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Switching the Network Card that XBMC uses? - twinvipers - 2012-01-17 02:56
Switching the Network Card that XBMC uses?
I have an XBMC running on a Windows 7 system and I have 2 Network Cards installed (A & B). I would like XBMC to use Network Card "A" but for some reason it has pick "B" and Im not sure how I can switch it to "A"? Is this at all possible?
- jhsrennie - 2012-01-17 11:55
XBMC should be listening on all IP addresses. If you open a command prompt and type:
netstat -an | find "xx"
where "xx" is the port number e.g. "80", this will show you what IP address XBMC is listening on. In my case I get:
The address "0.0.0.0" means it's listening on all addresses.