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Special Forums IP Networking Binding the same port number on different interfaces Post 302338600 by vijaypdp2006 on Tuesday 28th of July 2009 11:02:57 AM
Old 07-28-2009
Bug Binding the same port number on different interfaces

Hi,

We can use the same port number for two applications based on protocols.(i.e one application is based on TCP and the other application based on UDP).

But i don't know about interfaces, can anyone one help........

1) Can we use same port number for different applications on a single interface.

2) Can we use same port number for different applications on different interfaces(interfaces have separate ip address).


Consider that same port number can be used on different applications, then won,t it be a problem in receiving the packets.

Applications using UDP protocol.
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1) Application 1 is binded to the port number 1500 and ip address of an interface.(Transfer the packet through the selected interface).

2) Application 2 is binded to the port number 1500 and ip address is 0.0.0.0

Now, inorder to transfer the packet of Application 2 an interface has to be selected based on destination's ip address.
If application 2 want's to transfer packets with different destination ip adresses, then different interfaces will be selected for different interfaces.(so application 2 may transfer packet through any one of the available interface and where as application 1 will transfer through the specific interface).

--->After receiving the packet, how should i select the socket of application 1 and application 2.

Problem is both sockets are binded to same port number and interface on which application 2 is transferring the packets are not fixed.
 
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in.timed(1M)						  System Administration Commands					      in.timed(1M)

NAME
in.timed - UDP or TCP time protocol service daemon SYNOPSIS
in.timed FMRI svc:/internet/time:default DESCRIPTION
FMRI stands for Fault Management Resource Identifier. It is used to identify resources managed by the Fault Manager. See fmd(1M) and smf(5). The in.timed service provides the server-side of the time protocol. The time server sends to requestors the time in seconds since midnight, January 1, 1900. The time protocol is available on both TCP and UDP transports through port 37. The in.timed service is an inetd(1M) smf(5) delegated service. The in.timed detects which transport is requested by examining the socket it is passed by the inetd daemon. TCP-based service Once a connection is established, the in.timed sends the time as a 32-bit binary number and closes the connection. Any received data is ignored. UDP-based service The in.timed listens for UDP datagrams. When a datagram is received, the server generates a UDP datagram containing the time as a 32-bit binary number and sends it to the client. Any received data is ignored. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWcnsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Evolving | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
inetd(1M), attributes(5), smf(5) RFC 868 SunOS 5.10 23 Aug 2004 in.timed(1M)

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