Message in and Out on different Port in web socket in c#
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Message in and Out on different Port in web socket in c#..
I want to develop server in which client send message on different port and client receive message on different port by web socket in c#, mvc, asp .net core
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Namaste. I have 10 years of experience in .net core, .net framework, api end point, sql server DB integration etc I have worked on sockets in C#. I can get your project done. kindly share more details about your requ Daha Fazla
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Hello Dear, I am a dotnet developer with 6+ years of experience with expertise in web application development for small and big size of businesses. I have gone your requirements and as per my previous work experience Daha Fazla
Dear Client, I am a highly skilled C#, MVC, and ASP.NET Core developer with 4 of experience in developing web socket applications. I understand that you are looking to develop a server that allows clients to send and Daha Fazla
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Are you looking for a console application or desktop or other, whatever login will remain same. You may contact me for this task.
Hi Greetings! I am available right now for the project discussion and can start the project on an immediate basis. I have understood your project requirement I have7++ experience in design and development. I can ha Daha Fazla
Greetings! I do have experience on port communication is c#. I am also from Jaipur, having more than 13 years of experience on .NET platform . Lets discuss the requirement. Regards, Pawan Kr Gupta
If both the server and the client use fixed ports, this problem seems not so difficult. Do you need ports that can be customized