Diego Bernardes schrieb:
> I have tons of gprs modems that connect at the same port(ex 9000), but
> inside our network, every modem should have a unique port so the
> applications can talk with they. The application its simple, i get a
> connection request, authenticate the request on radius(a authentication
> server AAA), if everything allright, i start listening on a random port.
> So every application i have can send data to that port, and the modem
> can send data back to the application too.
> 
> Today i have something like 1k concurrent connections, but i expect that
> this number increase alot soon, maybe 3k or even more.... The
> application was made in c#, but dosent seam so good, need restart all
> day, its slow and so... I need rewrite, and now is my question, what
> should i use?
> 
> 
> Ruby can handle using some network frakework like eventmachine?
> Java? Erlang? C?

Use "Stackless Python" on FreeBSD 7.2 (no more giant locks)

Each TCP/IP connection with coroutines consumes less than 300 Byte RAM!!!

No problem to handle +100.000 simultaneous connections saturated up to 
bandwidth limit at minimum response times. Check out yourself!

Have fun, Guido Stepken