TCP level communication with C# .NET with a server and a client

.NET has the necessary objects to enable TCP-level messaging in the System.Net.Sockets namespace. The key objects to build an extremely simple TCP server are TcpListener and Socket. The TCP client and server can communicate in a stream-like fashion over the network using the NetworkStream object.

Here’s an example of how a TCP server can ingest the message of a single client:

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TCP level communication with C# .NET: the client

In this post we saw how to set up a very simplistic TCP listener that a TCP client can connect to. We built a short demo code that can be called in a console application.

The client code is even simpler:

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TCP level communication with C# .NET: the server

.NET has the necessary objects to enable TCP-level messaging in the System.Net.Sockets namespace. The key objects to build an extremely simple TCP server are TcpListener and Socket. The TCP client and server can communicate in a stream-like fashion over the network using the NetworkStream object.

Here’s an example of how a TCP server can ingest the message of a single client:

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