How to set IP to client socket
I'm having problem to set the socket's ip.
client= new QTcpSocket (this);
client->connectToHost ("10.0.0.3", 0);
That's what I had do. The thinks here it's that 10.0.0.3 is a ip which there is in a local connection. What's I'm doing wrong?
It is really difficult to understand what the problem is that you are describing because you really haven't described a problem. You also haven't explained what you are trying to do. Are you trying unsuccessfully to connect to a computer with that address? Are you trying (unsuccessfully) to connect a computer at that address to the internet? Any IP address that starts with 10 is a local IP address. (10.x.y.z = local address). There is absolutely no way to change that because it is a standard (I believe it was started with Novel).
Yes, the connection is unsuccessful. There is a code which I can follow?
The question was If I can pass on an Ip on that way.
Did you connect the error signal ? If not, do it, it should give you a useful hit about why it's not working.
I have the same problem. I also want to do a "Client-Server" TCP-IP communication on Embedded platform. IP of device that I know, but I don't know how to set IP for my board (I use Qt for coding).
@mSocket ->connectToHost("10.0.0.8",11100); //IP and port number of server
Hi and welcome to devnet,
What do you mean by "set IP for my board" ?