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Bind a port to an IP using Proxy2

By jesses2000 ·
i have an NTserver4 SP6a with Proxy2 Sp1

Question:
How do i bind a port on the proxy server to a privite IP on my enternal network?

EG:
Port 45624 to 192.168.0.10
and UDP 2300-2400
inbound and outbound

i have a felling that the anser has sompthing to do with the mspclnt.ini

Explanation:
i have this comp connected to my mediaone to share the internet with the rest of my house and have a need to bind a port to my ip so i can host a voice chat using the new Microsoft GameVoice

Thanks

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Bind a port to an IP using Proxy2

by t.kotoulas In reply to Bind a port to an IP usin ...

If your IP is static then you can easily do this by enabling packet filtering and apply the specific port as inbound-outbound to your ip address (custom filtering). This is the same as applying a roule to wspcfg.ini with the specific port bind in order the proxy to answer instead of the application (winsock).

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by jesses2000 In reply to Bind a port to an IP usin ...

thanks for the tip sence this question was posted i went out and bought a new Linksys router With a 10/100 switch built in. i give you full credit because on the condition you can provide me with one small piece of info

what is the proper way to add a custom rull to the wspcfg.ini

thanks again
you can email me at:jesses2000@mediaone.net

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