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[REBOL] Re: Opening Specific Ports

From: mattsmac:ho:tmail at: 10-Nov-2003 9:35

I understand how to do that, but what I want to do is have the client computer connect to a server port (in your case 9005) and also control what port the client uses to make that connection. For instance say something like: server: l: open tcp://:9005 s: first l client: c: open tcp://:(ip-address):9005 on 8005 So that I know that the client computer will always be opening port 8005 to connect to port 9005 on the server. Matt -------------------------------------------------------- Matt MacDonald wrote:
>How can I control what port (on the client side) gets opened when >connecting to a TCP server? I know you can control which port on the >server it connects to, but not where it connects from. > >Matt > >_________________________________________________________________ >MSN Shopping upgraded for the holidays! Snappier product search... >http://shopping.msn.com >
console 1: server: open tcp://:9005 conn: first wait server console 2: client: open tcp://172.0.0.1:9005 probe client watch for following object words: local-port: 1786 remote-port: 9005 HTH, -pekr- _________________________________________________________________ Frustrated with dial-up? Get high-speed for as low as $26.95.