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Implementing Custom Protocols

  • Keir Davis
  • John W. Turner
  • Nathan Yocom

Abstract

When developing a client-server application, you have to make protocol choices at two levels. First, you must choose a transport protocol. The most common types are TCP and UDP. We will look at that decision in Chapter 7. The second choice is at the application level. Some common application protocols include HTTP, FTP, and SMTP.

Keywords

Port Number Application Protocol Service File Custom Protocol Private Message 
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© Keir Davis, John W. Turner, Nathan Yocom 2004

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  • Keir Davis
  • John W. Turner
  • Nathan Yocom

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