IWMSAdminNetworkDataSourcePlugin.AddUDPPortRange (Visual Basic .NET)

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IWMSAdminNetworkDataSourcePlugin.AddUDPPortRange (Visual Basic .NET)

The AddUDPPortRange method adds a range of UDP/TCP port numbers that can be used by the data source plug-in to receive data.

Syntax

  AdminNetworkDataSourcePlugin
  .AddUDPPortRange(
  newLowerBound
  , newUpperBound)

Parameters

newLowerBound

[in] Specifies a new value for the lower bound.

newUpperBound

[in] Specifies a new value for the upper bound.

Return Values

This method does not return a value.

If this method fails, it throws an exception.

Number Description
0x80070057 The newLowerBound parameter is zero, the newUpperBound parameter is zero, you specified a range that has less than 4 ports, or the newLowerBound parameter contains an odd number and you specified a range that has less than 5 port numbers.

Example Code

Imports Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.Interop
Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices

Private Sub AddRange()

    ' Declare variables.
    Dim Server As WMSServer
    Dim Plugin As IWMSPlugin
    Dim AdminNetDataSrc As IWMSAdminNetworkDataSourcePlugin

Try
    ' Create the WMSServer object.
    Server = New WMSServer()

    ' Retrieve the plug-in to be configured.
    Plugin = Server.DataSources.Item("WMS Network Data Source")

    ' Retrieve the custom interface of the plug-in.
    AdminNetDataSrc = Plugin.CustomInterface

    ' Add an available port range comprised of
    ' each port between 30-37.
    AdminNetDataSrc.AddUDPPortRange(30, 37)

Catch excCom As COMException
    ' TODO: Handle COM exceptions.
Catch exc As Exception
    ' TODO: Handle errors.
Finally
    ' TODO: Clean-up code goes here.
End Try

End Sub

Requirements

Reference: Add a reference to Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.

Namespace: Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.Interop.

Assembly: Microsoft.WindowsMediaServices.dll.

Library: WMSServerTypeLib.dll.

Platform: Windows ServerĀ 2003 family, Windows ServerĀ 2008 family.

See Also

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