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create dummy listener service

Posted on 2015-02-09
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Hello EE,

I need to create a dummy listener application that will listen on port 5555. I will install this as a service and disable when i wish to invoke an event for an f5 switch . Is there an easy way to create the application ? I am a newbie on the programming side .
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What do you mean by "listener"? Is this TCP? If so, look at the TcpListener class.
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Seems to do what is expected.
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