-P option -- entrance port(s) to the DeleGate == -Pport[,port]* port == [host:]portNum[/udp][/admin][/protocolName] portNum == number[-number]
An entrance port is made as a TCP port by default except UDP based application protocol (dns, icp, cuseeme, udprelay) is specified in SERVER=protocol parameter. And regardless of the protocol specified in SERVER, it can be made as a UDP port with postfix "/udp" like -Pport/udp.
If "/protocolName" is specified, as "-P21/ftp,80/http,1080/socks" for example, the DeleGate will act in the specified application protocol on the specified port, rather than in the default protocol specified in the SERVER parameter.
This option MUST be specified except in following cases.
It is ignored when the DeleGate is invoked from inetd(8),
or in most case of -Ffunction option,
or when running as a tunnel server
-Q option* -- entrance port to the DeleGate
-Q option can be used to specify multiple entrance ports separately in
For example, a set of of options "-Q21 -Q80 -Q1080" is equivalent to
a single option "-P21,80,1080".