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How to select which network card unreal use by default?

Hello, i'm working with Unreal engine 4 for a school project. Our lab has 3 network card, 1 real network card that can actually go on the internet and 2 virtual network cards for virtual networks. When we use the blueprint nodes to connect in lan our server/client. They both, by default use the vmnet card to start the server/broadcast. Obviously, since it's a vmnet they can't reach each other. Is there a setting hidden somewhere to specify to unreal engine 4 which network card we want him to use (ie network card 1 which has acess to the lan and can connect to internet).

Thank you for your answer.

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Jan 24 '18 at 07:11 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image AverInv May 03 '19 at 02:00 PM

Did you ever get an answer to this? We would love to know if there was a way to select which network card to use too!

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