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I am allowing a user to run a game on one of our systems but I want to limit the number of connections that can connect to the port the game will be running on. (actually there will be three ports, one I want to limit to 5, one to 10, and one to 100)

Also, How can I prevent someone from just arbitrarily running a game on any port above 1024?

Thanks in advance,
Chuck
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Hi,

   If the port is under 1024. You could control the # of connections in your code, if you run it from inetd, you could
write a simpler perl program to wrap around your game and count the number of connections.
   Howerver if it's above the 1024 range, there's no way to control it.

Regards,
Minh Lai
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I know this can be done, I have been on systems that do it. I just can't get in contact with any of these people. You can even limit connections based on the amount of data being passed thru a specific port.
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