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[whatwg] Web Sockets

From: Shannon <shannon@arc.net.au>
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 17:08:14 +1000
Message-ID: <4886D8DE.1030603@arc.net.au>
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> 3.) If the resulting absolute URL has a <port> component, then let port 
> be that component's value; otherwise, if secure is false, let port be 
> 81, otherwise let port be 815.
>
> No, no, no! Don't let paranoia override common sense. Not all websocket 
> applications will have the luxury to run on these ports (multiple web 
> servers, shared host, tunnelled connections, 2 websocket apps on one 
> host, etc...).


My mistake. I misread this as *requiring* port 81 and 815. It appears 
that is not the case. All ports are valid.

Shannon
Received on Wednesday, 23 July 2008 00:08:14 UTC

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