Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: We're going to have some fun at Third Voice's expense
Author: Eric Soroos Posted: 9/15/1999; 12:19:15 PM Topic: New Third Voice version out Msg #: 11071 (In response to 11066) Prev/Next: 11070 / 11072
Network wizards, can you tell what port a TCP/IP connection is coming from? 3333 is the proxy server.
Yes, you can tell, but it normally doesn't help you a whole lot, since it's typically only the destination port that's important. The source port is also different for each connection that you make.
Hmmm... How about hitting a frontier server that has a /echo responder running? Try http://126.96.36.199/echo . That will tell you what headers you're sending out (suitable modified by my proxy server :). Post the results or email them to me.
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- Re: We're going to have some fun at Third Voice's expense, Jeremy Bowers, 9/15/1999; 12:25:41 PM
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