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No. The IP packet TTL effectively counts down the L3 or router hops the packet takes. Setting the TTL to a custom value n ensures that the packet cannot take more than n hops on its path. If it does it is discarded by the router on the nth hop. TTL started out as a combined time/hop counter (hence its name) but quickly evolved to becoming a hop counter only. ...


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If your question is about service ports associated with UDP or TCP then there is no objection to have same port for both incoming and outgoing traffic . Both incoming and outgoing traffic are independent to its direction . When application is hosted on webserver . Application is hosted on specific service port example tcp-443 or any other port . Initially ...


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