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Looks like a handy bit of code. I'm trying to use it on our dinky LAN, just testing and hoping to do some benchmarking and learning more about network programming in Perl. However, I'm getting errors from the recv() calls - they are resulting in undefined $remote. I'm giving the program IP addresses on our local LAN (e.g. 10.0.0.20), ones that I can successfully ping. Where do I go from here? (ooh, I opened myself up that time). melora

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