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can the server program have 2 different TcpListner ?
while the 2 TcpListner have the same IP but different Port
all that for the SAME program

can make it in this way ?

thanks
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Yes, as long as the port is different.
   
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Henning Dieterichs 10-Apr-12 18:20pm
   
We answered in the same second ;)
wizardzz 10-Apr-12 18:25pm
   
Yes, but you bothered to mention the UdpListener part. I knew that, but left it out to avoid potentially confusing the poster.
maxpower12345 10-Apr-12 18:29pm
   
thanks a lot :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Apr-12 22:56pm
   
Right, a 5.
--SA
Yes, it is possible as every tcp network packet has an IP, Port and Protocol-Identifier.
It is even possible to run a TcpListener and an UdpListener on the same port, too.
But you cannot bind two listener of one type (tcp or udp) to the same port.
   
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maxpower12345 10-Apr-12 18:30pm
   
thank you :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Apr-12 22:56pm
   
Right, a 5.
--SA
maxpower12345 11-Apr-12 16:32pm
   
it's give me an warning for the second "TcpListner"
the warning is : TcpListner Form1.TcpDB
Unreachable code detected

what that mean ?
please some help
thanks

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