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Networking for Developers

Networking for Developers

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Published by: anivemp on Aug 14, 2009
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Assumption
 You’re not a networking guy” andyou don’t want to be
Networking infrastructure isconfigured properly
 –
Packets go where they’re told to go
Steve Evans – scevanscg.com
 
Ports
 TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
 –
State, Handshake, Confirmed
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
 –
Stateless, No Confirmation
Numbers
 –
1-1023 Well Known
80 = HTTP, 443 = HTTPS, 25 = SMTP, 53 = DNS
 –
1024-49151 Registered
 –
49152-65535 Dynamic
Steve Evans – scevanscg.com
 
Ports
DEMO
 –
 Telnet
 –
Steve Evans – scevanscg.com

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