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What do you mean by "registering servers"?

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What TCP server does is that it accepts incoming TCP connections.It waits for connections from TCP clients and for each connection, it runs prog, with descriptor 0 reading from the network and descriptor 1 writing to the network. The server's address is given by host and port. The port is usually a name or a number. The host is either 0 or a specific IP address. (http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp/tcpserver.html)

More information about TCP here http://www.techyv.com/questions/how-does-browser-know-go-certain-ip-address.

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What TCP server does is that it accepts incoming TCP connections.It waits for connections from TCP clients and for each connection, it runs prog, with descriptor 0 reading from the network and descriptor 1 writing to the network. The server's address is given by host and port. The port is usually a name or a number. The host is either 0 or a specific IP address. (http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp/tcpserver.html)

That is for a specfic tcp server program in the ucspi-tcp software suite (which btw isfor use with Unix OS).  It may not apply to other TCP servers/services and is not particularly meaningful for autoit.  You'd be better off reading the AutoIt helpfile and looking up the network functions it supports (TCPListen, TCPRecv, TCPSend)

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