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Chapter 7. Sessionless Networks - Pg. 221

7 MAKE: PROJECTS Sessionless Networks So far, the network connections you've seen in this book have mostly been dedicated connections between two objects. Serial communica- tions involve the control of a serial port. Mail, web, and telnet connections involve a network port. In all of these cases, there's a device that makes the port available (generally a server), and a client that requests access to the port (a client). The networked pong application in Chapter 5 was a classic example of this. In that application, the server handled all the