can aid in the maintenance of a network's etcservices file associated with the TCP/IP network configuration.
Version: 1.00.0031Urthman's Sockets Database can aid in the maintenance of a network's etcservices file associated with the TCP/IP network configuration.
Operating System: Windows
It is a functional reference of existing TCP/IP socket assignments for developers who are building Internet or Intranet software and need to assign their own sockets.
This program contains a database compiled from numerous sources dealing with assigned TCP and UDP ports, including their service names or keywords, available aliases and descriptions. The most noteworthy data source used is the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) who provide the public domain RFC documents used by (and included with) this program package.
The initial database is created from RFC-1060, RFC-1700, the Unix standards detailed in RFC-1060 and the native services file found on the Microsoft Windows 9x or NT machine you decide to run the program on.
This program gives you the ability to: search by port, name and alias; search for unassigned port numbers; list names by port number, including aliases; list aliases by port number; import a services compatible file assigned to one or more categories; import a services compatible file for the purpose of deleting one or more categorical references; export a services compatible file with or without aliases; and edit names, aliases, descriptions and references.
The unassigned port number search list identifies 100 unused port numbers starting from the search value you enter. From this list, you can designate and define and keep track of your own port assignment for your own software and internal projects. Each port/protocol record is categorized by six standardized and ten user definable classifications.