port doubling (or...)?
MaximilianScherr at T-Online.de
Mon Jan 21 22:32:01 CET 2002
it's a sever emu for uo, and i'm afraid, i can't change the port
(would be easier). the server does not handle all incoming packets,
so: lack of features. but i know the packet descriptions and
formats... so i could add this myself. the server has a sendpacket
command but not a receivepacket loop or something:( so i would need
to be able to accept connections on the same port, and if they are
unknown packets, they are handled by my server script.
like if packet = "BA97..."
thats what i want to do, i was told it is possible with socket
but i don't know if that is right for python too:)
i'm quite a newbie, so can't imagine how i could listen on one port
with both servers.
--- In python-list at y..., "Gillou" <nospam at b...> wrote:
> First condition : your server engine must have 2 distinct IP addrs.
> Second bind sockets of both servers to its own IP addr.
> But it's easier to have 2 distincts ports.
> Are the clients unable to change their request port ?
> "maximilianscherr" <MaximilianScherr at T...> a écrit dans le message
> news: mailman.1011640472.32099.python-list at p...
> > how can i do port doubling?
> > not sure if it's called like this, but i have server listening on
> > port 5003 and need to have a script listen on the same port.
> > possible? if yes, how?
> > could you give an example?
> > thanks,
> > Max
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