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Need help for port forwarding

By chinesehkl ·
Hello guys,
Please anyone could help me? I want to send packets from HostA to HostB at port 1234, but my ISP is blocking all non-standard ports. I have below idea but I don't know if it really can work or not.
1. At RouterA, configure outbound port forwarding to replace destination port to a standard port, for example TCP 110 and send over the packet.
2. At RouterB, configure inbound port forwarding to replace destination port from TCP 110 to TCP 1234.

HostA -----< RouterA >----------( ISP )----------< RouterB >-----HostB

Do you think this setup can work?
If yes, anyone can recommend which router I should use? (reasonable price and reliable)
If no, any other solution to send over the packet bypassing my ISP firewall? VPN?
Appreciate for your input.

hkl

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Need help for port forwar ...

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by chinesehkl In reply to Repost as 'Q&A'

Hi,
I have reposted my question on Q&A forum. Thank you.

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