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Old August 1st, 2005, 02:26 PM
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I am a decent programmer, but I've never delt with networking much. If you could help me out with a little info on the topic, that would be great.

BTW, I'm trying to make an app that will block individual IP's, but will aslo have an option to block all IP's as well.

Remeber, I have had no experience in network programming at all.

Thank you in advance,
-Duncan

 
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http://www.google.dk/search?hl=da&q=...le+howto&meta=

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Thank you. I didn't think to use the term remoing. I'll look into it.

 
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I have recently started using .NET remoting, and found it quite easy to get started, though there is quite a lot of terms an abbreviations to learn. Currently, I am working on a distributed system, which has a broker-like architecture and uses a web service in the front-end, and .NET remoting in the back-end.

Download some sample and play around with it. The code is pretty obvious.

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 Currently, I am working on a distributed system, which has a broker-like architecture and uses a web service in the front-end, and .NET remoting in the back-end.
**brain hurts**

**ASKS:

Can someone just gime some code on how to to close a port.

 
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Sorry, but I am not quite sure what you mean. Can't you just access you router and close it? Do you want a program that continually listens for incomming calls and prevent those from a specific IP?

Can't help you with that! Thought you wanted to get started with .NET remoting ;)
 
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What I'm trying to do is almost like a personalized firewall. I want it to possibally (eventually) have the ability to block specific IP's, but more importantly, just block all Network I/O on the computer.






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