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Can I implement an TFTP server with an applet

 
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If so are their any examples or URLs somebody can give.
A TFTP server is trivial to write in 'C' but with applet securities im not sure.
What about a TFTP client.
Im thinking of writing a file share program using a TFTPclient and TFTP server both implemented as one applet using some kind of file browser front end, is this feasible.
Am I allowed to use the reserved TCP/IP ports 0-1024.
Any good books on this subject
 
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