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From "Souramita Sen" <>
Subject Multiple instances of same browser to same server-what happens?
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2008 10:24:23 GMT




I need to confirm the following.


When we connect to same server in mutiple browser windows (say IE) almost at
the same time, how does the browser application distinguish the responses and
display it in proper window? Is this based on some information which HTTP
response header keeps for distinguishing the response? If so, what is that


Or, does the browser create different sockets to the same server at the same

If so, then based on distination client port number it knows which response
corresponds to which request and display it properly.


Thanks in advance.


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