Disable TCP port rangeLocked
I would like to use one program (Age of Kings) through the firewall (NAT). I know that it’s using ports 2300-2400 (DirectPlay)and that Zone Client is using ports 28800-28900. It’s not complicated for me to map those ports on my router so it could work, but I can’t use two programs, on two computers, at the same time.
If I map the ports:
2300-2350 and 28800-28850 towards the computer 192.168.0.1
2351-2400 and 28851-28900 towards the computer 192.168.0.2
I have to forbid those computers to use ports that don’t belong to them. I assume that it’s possible to define in registry, but I don’t know which key should I write, and how should it strictly look like.
Please, could you send me an example of the key that should be written in registry.