Source ports are randomly generated from the unregistered port range. The source/destination port works similar to your IP. The port you send from, is the port the service will reply too. For instance; a website is simply a server listening for connections on port 80 (or 443).

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Port(s) Protocol Service Details Source; 67 : udp: bootp server: Bootstrap protocol server. Used by DHCP servers to communicate addressing information to remote DHCP clients []NCP Secure Enterprise Client (aka VPN/PKI client) 8.30 Build 59, and possibly earlier versions, when the Link Firewall and Personal Firewall are both configured to block all inbound and outbound network traffic, allows

Source Elements Adventusmade a GP2X port of the Hammer of Thyrion source! The forum threads are here. Nice! 2008-01-28: Hammer of Thyrion for Nokia N800/810! Well, I ran into this at internet tablet talk: Someone actually built Hammer of Thyrion for N800/810 (Maemo)! There seems to be a build for 770, too.

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The source port is a next-available number assigned by TCP/IP to the user's machine. This assigned client number is how the network address translation (NAT), which typically resides in the router