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Old 10-29-2009
feli
 

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source port when you use a new flap
When you open Internet Explorer and go to a page of Internet, if then you
open in the same Internet Explorer a new flap to the destination it use the
same client's port than the first connection. Can I configure Internet
Explorer for than it use a different source port in a new flap?

Thanks
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Old 10-29-2009
rob^_^
 

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Re: source port when you use a new flap
No.

Flip flaps aren't supported. Try a thong instead.

If you are trying to start a new session use the File>New Session menu.

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"feli" <feli@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AD5C99E8-06C9-423A-B4C6-BF5828D221BF@microsoft.com...
> When you open Internet Explorer and go to a page of Internet, if then you
> open in the same Internet Explorer a new flap to the destination it use
> the
> same client's port than the first connection. Can I configure Internet
> Explorer for than it use a different source port in a new flap?
>
> Thanks
>

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Old 10-29-2009
VanguardLH
 

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Re: source port when you use a new flap
feli wrote:

> When you open Internet Explorer and go to a page of Internet, if then you
> open in the same Internet Explorer a new flap to the destination it use the
> same client's port than the first connection. Can I configure Internet
> Explorer for than it use a different source port in a new flap?
>
> Thanks


The port used to connect to the server program on the target host is
specified in the URL. Protocols have default ports, like HTTP using
port 80 by default. If the program's listening port is non-standard on
the target host then you specify it in the URL, as in:

<protocol>://<host>.<domain>.<tld>:<port>[/<path>]

For example, if a web server at yourhost.yourdomain.com was listening on
port 8080 then you enter:

http://yourhost.yourdomain.com:8080
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Old 10-29-2009
Dan
 

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Re: source port when you use a new flap

"feli" <feli@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AD5C99E8-06C9-423A-B4C6-BF5828D221BF@microsoft.com...
> When you open Internet Explorer and go to a page of Internet, if then you
> open in the same Internet Explorer a new flap to the destination it use
> the
> same client's port than the first connection. Can I configure Internet
> Explorer for than it use a different source port in a new flap?
>
> Thanks


Why do you need to have different source ports for outgoing requests?

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Dan

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