From Richard Stevens (email@example.com): Yes, in two ways. First, only datagrams from your "connected peer" are returned. All others arriving at your port are not delivered to you. But most importantly, a UDP socket must be connected to receive ICMP errors. Pp. 748-749 of "TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2" give all the gory details on why this is so.
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