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    is it possible for a web server to communicate with several different clients at any given moment, through 1 port? port 80???
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    They don't. Only inbound HTTP requests come in through that port. The server software will select another unused port to communicate on after that.
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    What is it that your trying to achieve Busso? If you let me know more about what you are trying to do, I may be able to help.

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    busso is just reading about things. Then, when he hits something he doesn't quite grasp, he fires off a question here. He's probably not doing anything in particular.
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