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2 Indy servers in 1 app?

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Is it possible to use 2 (or more) Indy server components simultaneously in one application as long as they're bound to different ports? For example, could I have 2 TCPServers and one HTTPServer?
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There's no technical reason why not, except as long as they're bound to different ports, as you've already said.

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DeerBear earned 125 total points
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Hi,

Yes, it's possible to have several server components in one form, and I can tell you more:
you can have two server components ON THE SAME PORT, as long as one is TCP based and the
other is UDP based. ONLY IN THIS CASE, otherwise if both are TCP or UDP based only ONE per port.

HTH,

Andrew
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