Ephemeral ports patch (fixed)

Mike Silbersack silby at silby.com
Mon Mar 3 21:23:19 PST 2008

On Mon, 3 Mar 2008, Fernando Gont wrote:

> At 04:11 a.m. 03/03/2008, Mike Silbersack wrote:
>>> Here's the same patch, but with the first ephemeral port changed from 1024 
>>> to 10000.
>> Now that I've actually gone to try to apply the patch (so I can view the 
>> two codepaths side by side, rather than in diff form), I'm finding that I 
>> can't apply it.  I think all the whitespace got stomped, either by your 
>> mail program or my mail program.  Can you please resent this as an 
>> attachment?
> Sure. Please let me know if this one is okay.
> Kind regards,
> --
> Fernando Gont
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Too optimistic:

! #define IPPORT_EPHEMERALLAST  655535

Otherwise the patch looks good to me.  It looked a bit strange in unified 
diff format, I needed to look at it in context format.  (Strange, since I 
usually prefer unified.)

Rui, were you going to get this committed?


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