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In the first computer, a network is defined with 2 addresses:
1. 192.168.10.12
2. (a virtual address) 182.0.0.1

In the second computer, a network is defined with 2 addresses:
1. 192.168.10.13
2. (a virtual address) 192.0.0.1

in the route table I added lines :
192.0.0.1 ..... (interface) 192.168.10.12
182.0.0.1 ........(interface) 192.168.10.13

I sent packets from first computer to second computer. A second computer receives socket with 192.168.10.12 source address.
I need that in the socket will be written virtual address 182.0.0.1.
How to do it?
Thanks

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What is your C++ question?

And let it say me again:
What is actually your C++ question?
It's pretty much difficult to solve a C++ problem, if we even don't know the problem :P

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