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I’m developing an app that will listen in on a TCP/IP port. How do I choose the default port upon which it will listen? I hope to limit port conflicts when it is installed across our network.
We want to connect one keyboard, mouse and monitor to all systems in our datacenter. We want to do this over tcp/ip and not run a lot of cables. What equipment will facilitate this?
Hi, I have been asked to create something to open and close TCP/IP ports on an i-Series. Has anybody had any experience with something like this? The idea is that a server will constantly poll a specific port on the i-series to see whether it is available or not and we need to be able to control...