[SunRay-Users] Negative port numbers??
ottomeister at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 01:43:06 EET 2011
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 2:34 PM, Art Peck <arthurpeck at aol.com> wrote:
> How can a DTU be referring to a negative port number, like these??
> Mar 3 15:38:41 [172.16.2.219.2.2] 0x0.0x4a28efe 0:14:4f:e4:cf:80 Network:
> DHCP Renew: state 6 next ticks 1620000/1620000 result 1
> Mar 3 15:38:52 [172.16.3.170.2.2] 0x0.0xb7004 0:14:4f:d1:7c:58 USB: rdd:
> unable to contact device service on 172.16.1.5:-11631
This is a bug in the way the message is formatted. The port number
is being presented as a signed quantity when it's really an unsigned
In this case the actual port number is 53905.
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