Determines which network interface should be used for socketed and HTTP connections.Syntax:
set the defaultNetworkInterface to <networkInterface>
set the defaultNetworkInterface to "192.168.1.10"
Use the defaultNetworkInterface property on all desktop and server platforms to specify which network interface should be used for socketed and HTTP connections. This is useful if you have SSL certificates bound to a particular IP address.
If the defaultNetworkInterface is empty, the standard interface is used.
SSL certificates are bound to a particular IP address. If your device has multiple network interfaces, to utilize your SSL certificate set the defaultNetworkInterface to the address specified in the certificate.
- networkInterface: An IPv4 address as a string. For example: "192.168.1.10"
- The result: If the defaultNetworkInterface is not valid interface, an error ispresent in the result of the connection attempt.