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IP Address and Port Numbers

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Tirath Singh

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Suppose clients with IP addresses A and B both send requests to a web server at IP address C. Host A assigns uses source port number 26145 for an HTTP connection and host B has two connections with the numbers 7352 and 26145. What will be the source and destination IP addresses and port numbers in the response messages from the server? Where are these values stored? Explain your answer.
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Sounds like homework to me... :whistling:
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