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[REBOL] Re: Opening Specific Ports

From: mattsmac:h:otmail at: 11-Nov-2003 8:56

Somehow I don't think that would be very efficient, but thanks all the same. Matt ----------------------------------------------------------- I don't think I have ever seen this mentioned on this list. That's not to say it can't be done. How about: keep rejecting connections until the right port number comes along? :) Anton.
>No, basically, if you have a server running, say on port 8000 and you >connect to it via a client the client will connect on a random >local port to >that remote port. Doing a probe on the connection verifies this. What I >want to do is have the client connect via a specified port, so >that if you >do a probe on the client connection it will look something like: > >local-ip: <client's IP Address> >remote-ip: <server's IP Address> >local-port: 9000 >remote-port: 8000 > >So that I can have some control on how the client connects to the server > >Matt
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