Re: forwarding problem

From: Max Gregis (
Date: 04/17/03

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    Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2003 10:28:35 +0200
    From: Max Gregis <>
    To: Frederic Gobin <>


    i think you can do it.
    Depend how your program works.
    First of all,on your firewall, you should open that specific port your progam uses for
    making that connection from remote to control, otherwise you'll never
    open that port on control

    Wednesday, April 16, 2003, 6:04:14 PM, you wrote:

    FG> Hi there,

    FG> I have a little port forwarding problem ...

    FG> I have two computers ... let's call them "control" and "remote".

    FG> I can connect from control to remote, but not the other direction due
    FG> to a firewall between both ...

    FG> I want to connect from control to remote, start a program on remote
    FG> which makes a connection to a port on remote
    FG> Now I want to forward from this local port on remote to control (same
    FG> port number) using the existing connection.

    FG> Is this possible ?

    FG> Thanks for reading ...

    FG> Frederic Gobin

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