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Why isn't it sensible to dedicate more than one TCP/IP port to http? Although admittedly naive, isn't it somehow intuitive to think that server performance could somehow be increased?
Posted 20-Jun-13 21:05pm
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johannesnestler at 21-Jun-13 5:47am
   
What's intiutive may vary... For me it's intutive that adding another port is equivalent to opening another intake on an already filled (water-)pipe, and therefore doesn't increase the performance - but of course this opinion is as naive as yours...

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Hello,

@"more than one port": Sure, you could do that; but if you use a firewall between your endpoints, you have to open the ports.
@"server performance": Depends on the usage of different application pools for your services.

Just my two cents Smile | :)
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Archit Patel at 21-Jun-13 3:14am
   
good one +5 now my 4 cents

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