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Create Server Sockets using multiple ports

Abhijit Das
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Joined: Sep 25, 2007
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Hi,
I want to create sockets in the server code in two different port (say 2407,3004).One is used to receive from and other one to send to my clients.

Similarly, I want create the sockets in the client end using for the said purpose.

A brief code snippet will help.

Thanks


Abhijit Das
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Sockets are two-way connections so you only need to connect once between a server and client. Have you looked at the Java Networking Tutorial?


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