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   - Second option, use the oscbroadcast tool.  This solution is a little bit more advanced, but has the advantage of routing every OSC message without distinction and is therefore more powerful. ​ It also helps keeping the OSCulator document less cluttered with duplicates.   - Second option, use the oscbroadcast tool.  This solution is a little bit more advanced, but has the advantage of routing every OSC message without distinction and is therefore more powerful. ​ It also helps keeping the OSCulator document less cluttered with duplicates.
-    * [[http://www.osculator.net/​res/​oscbroadcast.zip|Download the oscbroadcast tool here]]+    * [[https://​osculator.net/​res/​oscbroadcast.zip|Download the oscbroadcast tool here]]
     * Start the tool using the command line, for example: <​code>​./​oscbroadcast -s 3333 -t osc.udp://​computer-1:​8000 -t osc.udp://​computer-2:​8000</​code>​ \\ Where 3333 is a free network port, computer-1 and computer-2 are IP addresses or host names of two computers on the local network, and 8000 is the network port on which OSCulator is running.     * Start the tool using the command line, for example: <​code>​./​oscbroadcast -s 3333 -t osc.udp://​computer-1:​8000 -t osc.udp://​computer-2:​8000</​code>​ \\ Where 3333 is a free network port, computer-1 and computer-2 are IP addresses or host names of two computers on the local network, and 8000 is the network port on which OSCulator is running.
     * Setup your iPad or iPhone device to send data to a oscbroadcast OSC port (here 3333).     * Setup your iPad or iPhone device to send data to a oscbroadcast OSC port (here 3333).
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