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Just create a TcpClient with an IPEndPoint and connect to a server.
With the netstat command, you can see that the ip adress of the client, is always the first adress, and not the one provided with the ctor (same for the port).
I compiled with Visual Studio (and .NET) on windows, and executed the programm with mono on linux.
As hotfix, i decompiled and included the TcpClient of the .NET libary into my project. Now it just works fine.
The same problem is described here: http://mono.1490590.n4.nabble.com/TcpClient-not-respecting-outgoing-IP-td4658357.html
Fixed in master