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For questions about network protocols published in a Standard or RFC. Do not use this tag merely because the question mentions a networking protocol in it. Questions with this tag *could* be closed if they do not explain why the question is relevant and important to answer; this is necessary to avoid issues with tangential / trivial questions or help vampires.

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The short answer is no, that's not the limit. A TCP Port field is 2x bytes and holds a quantity of 65536. This number limits the amount of addresses a server can have. But this doesn't limit the num …
answered Feb 17 '18 by Todd
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One might think that this places a hard limit on the number of clients that a single computer/application can maintain. One could be overseeing a web server, and be required to ensure that it can sca …
asked Feb 17 '18 by Todd