Depending on your version you could see 1 of these errors:
ClientListenerException (Socket error 10013)
An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions
A restart will probably solve this, but if you’d like to help solve the issue for good, please provide the requested info.
On my end, I’ll add a way to change the default port but if the issue is reccurring, it’ll eventually happen with the new port too.
- Does it happen the first time you launch AudioRelay? (after a PC restart)
- Or does AudioRelay stops working without a PC restart? (e.g: AudioRelay works fine first, then you close and start the app and the issue occurs)
- Which version of AudioRelay for PC do you use?
When the issue occurs, open a command prompt with administrator rights
Please copy-paste the results of these 3 commands:
netstat -anob | findstr 59100
- (Tells us if the port 59100 is already used)
netsh int ip show excludedportrange protocol=tcp
- (Tells us if the port 59100 is in a reserved range)
netsh int ipv4 add excludedportrange protocol=tcp startport=59100 numberofports=1
- (If possible, prevents the port 59100 from being reserved)
Does temporarily disabling the firewall and antivirus solve the issue?
When the issue occurs, check whether AudioRelay or another program consumes a lot of ports.
- Open the task manger
- Go to details
- Right click on a header
- Click on Select columns
- Enable Handles
- Click on handles to find the program with the most handles
Is there a program that has a lot more handles than most?
As a baseline, no program has more than 10 000 handles on my PC.