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What is the equivalent of 127.255.255.255 for OS/X machines so I can test broadcast udp packets without a network? [duplicate]

I am trying to test my program that makes use of broadcast UDP (not multicast!). In Linux, I can use the 127.255.255.255:64651 address and everything works beautifully, in other words, I send a packet ...
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Tomato RT-N16 - How to Prevent Multicast Packets from Reaching OpenVPN clients (TAP)

We have a remote (like in the woods) client using a VPN connection to connect to our office, using this link we can monitor and operate the remote client without a few hours drive in the wild. This ...
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Can I test broadcast packets on a single machine?

I want to have a server sending broadcast UDP packets and two other clients, in the same machine, receiving them. Can I do that somehow? What IP address would I use? @gravyface gave me hope but I ...
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How managed switches handle Broadcast Multicast and Unicast?

Under typical scenarios, a network switch needs to handle broadcast, multicast and unicast messages at the same time. I'd like to understand On a typical managed switch (1Gb Ethernet/10Gb Ethernet), ...