Re: setting client port?
At 15:10 -0600 10/29/03, Jon Dugan wrote:
> However, if you have a patch we can see about incorporating it.
Sorry, they changed their router code, we didn't change the iperf
code. I'll see if anyone here has an interest in adding it.
>On Wed, Oct 29, 2003 at 03:00:57PM -0600, Kevin Gibbs wrote:
>> Nope there is currently no way to specify outgoing port numbers. Sorry,
>> On Wed, 29 Oct 2003, debbie fligor wrote:
>> > Is there a way to force the client to use a specific port outbound? I
>> > know it reports the port it is using, but we were doing some testing
>> > with a vendor and they built code around the port numbers that had
>> > been used, but the next time we ran the code, of course it picked a
>> > different port (they didn't ask us first -- we would have told them
>> > that would happen). they changed their code to let them set the
>> > port, but we thought this might come in handy again, so I thought I'd
>> > ask if there was either a flag I didn't find that would let me set
>> > the client port, or put it on a wish list of future features.
>> > thanks!
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