Using Visual Basic 6.0 and a UDP control (such as IPWorks 5.0 or Cataylst Sockets), I need to mimic the Window's 'NetSend ' API call, and be able to support MANY simultaneous UDP sends. I need a Visual Basic 32-bit (Visual Basic Version 6 only) module that utilizes the these controls in UDP mode (NOT TCP/IP mode), that fires off the Windows Messenger Service on a REMOTE computer (and possibly lets me know it was sent to them with out waiting for 30 plus seconds for a timeout) by doing the following things: 1) Send a text message 2) To an IP address ([url removed, login to view]) NOT on my local network 3) Via this control using UDP connection (NOT TCP/IP) 4) Using UDP port 135 5) Which fires off an RPC (Remote Process Call) on the remote computer 6) That fires off the Windows Messenger Service on the remote computer 7) That pops up the text message on the remote computer. 8) And lets me know if it was sent or not (withing a second or two etc) The REMOTE machine does not have to have ANY special software installed, other than that it is running Windows XP/2000, and has the Windows Messenger Service running (not to be confused with Microsoft's popular "MSN" messaging program) and of course, is connected to the internet and is not behind a firewall. The VB program will run on any Windows 32 bit platform (Win95/98/XP/NT/2000). All that it needs (besides the VB runtime files), is to have WinSock 1.1 or greater installed. I do NOT need a module that calls the NetMessageBufferSend API nor simply shell to DOS and do a Net Send from the command prompt. I can already do this myself and PLENTY of examples are at: PLANET-SOURCE-CODE.COM. Ideally the program will know if the connection was made and if the RPC call was successfully completed
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request. 3) Complete ownership and distribution copyrights to all work purchased.
Windows 2000 and XP