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Bind RemoteUtilities Host application to a specific network interface

Joao Lopes, User (Posts: 1)

Nov 11, 2015 11:26:03 am EST

Support level: Free or trial
Hi,

Version used in Host and Client: 6.3.0.6

First of all, many thanks for this great program.

It is possible to Bind RemoteUtilities Host application to a specific network interface ?
In the computer where Host is installed I have two network interfaces and I need to Bind remoteUtilities to only one of them. I can use a thirty party app, like ForceBindIP, to do it, but I wonder if it is possible to do it in the program configuration or with program parameters.

Conrad Sallian, Support (Posts: 2491)

Nov 11, 2015 4:16:29 pm EST

Hello Joao,

Thank you for your message.

It is possible to Bind RemoteUtilities Host application to a specific network interface ?

No, there's no such feature. There used to be one, but we removed it long ago.

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