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For those of you who use firewalls, the standard used TCP port is '''3632''', not 3692 (the only port being mentioned in this article) .
 
For those of you who use firewalls, the standard used TCP port is '''3632''', not 3692 (the only port being mentioned in this article) .
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:@Eggz - As you noted, this is under the cross-compiling for another arch section... one uses a non-standard port to allow for parallel operation of x86_64 and i686 if needed.  Using 3632 in both would result in a failure if both services were running simultaneously.  You also want to sign you posts by typing four tildes. [[User:Graysky|Graysky]] ([[User talk:Graysky|talk]]) 12:34, 3 December 2017 (UTC)

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Distcc standard used TCP/IP port

in the topic "Add port numbers to DISTCC_HOSTS on the i686 chroot" they talk about a predefined port being "3692".

It was defined nowhere, and its not the standard TCP port, which can create alot of confustion.

For those of you who use firewalls, the standard used TCP port is 3632, not 3692 (the only port being mentioned in this article) .

@Eggz - As you noted, this is under the cross-compiling for another arch section... one uses a non-standard port to allow for parallel operation of x86_64 and i686 if needed. Using 3632 in both would result in a failure if both services were running simultaneously. You also want to sign you posts by typing four tildes. Graysky (talk) 12:34, 3 December 2017 (UTC)