Now-a-days, with the increase in the use of
resources over a network, many people are failing to access their
required resources. This is caused due to unavailability of ports.
Unfortunately, reserved ports can be accessed only when the
ports are free. If there is a communication link, some ports will
regret to accept any new incoming connections and we need to
wait until other connection closes its established link. To
overcome this problem, client-server architecture is meliorated
to certain standards for having dynamic ports. This also uses a
table for storing of connections for further reference. In addition
to that, a custom security layer is introduced for protection of
data from an attacker. This becomes most useful when there is
heavy network where network resources are not adequate.
Siva Srinivasa Rao Mothukuri : born in
Guntur, in the year 1991. Acquired
bachelorís degree from Acharya Nagarjuna
University in 2012, also Certified in Ethical
Hacking. Worked as Assistant Professor in
R.V.R & J.C College of Engineering.
Currently working as ASE in Tata
Consultancy Services (TCS).
Reserved ports can be accessed only when there is no
connection. If there is connection, some ports will regret
to accept the connection and we need to wait until other
connection closes its link. In this paper, we discussed
how a random port can be used for communication and
further how it can be used in distributed network where
availability of ports are very less. This architecture
suites best for large scale networks where there is
limited ports with huge number of resources waiting for
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Matthew J. Barrick1, Member, IEEE; "A
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