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Problem with Network Type to be used for Java RMI [migrated]

I was installing CentOS Linux distro in VMware Workstation 10 when I stuck across the issue as to use which Networking Option to get my work done. Though I don't know whether it is fit for this site, ...
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How to design network protocols [closed]

As a programmer, you work on your software design skills. You learn about things such as modularity and reusability and how you can achieve them in code. There's plenty of literature on the subject ...
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How can I work out how many IP addresses there are in a given range?

I'm wondering if there is a formula to work out the amount of IP addresses in a given range. I have a system that takes either a single IP address or a start and and end IP address: A single one ...
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Does data size in TCP/UDP make a difference on transmission time

While discussing the development of a network component for our game engine, a member of our team suggested that transmitting either 500 bytes or 1k of data using UDP makes no difference from ...
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Difference between a socket and a port

Could someone please explain quite clearly the difference between a port and a socket. I know that a port serves as a door into the network for an application process and that the application process ...
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How a port “listens”, pull or push?

When you write a code to listen from a port, like 80 for example, what happens under the hood? Is the method the OS uses to listen is pull, or push? In other words, does the OS checks that port every ...