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Port forwarding in Windows NT4

By pmccourt ·
I have a particular workstation which has access to a dev server, this env is only accessable via PCAnywhere. The firewall has rules only allowing the workstations ip through.

However, I'd like to have a solution, where I can setup some port forwarding on this workstation so requests from the LAN(on a particular PCAnywhere port) will be forwarded to the dev server. The idea being that I can can switch it on and off as I see fit. I don't want to muck around with the firewalls or routers.

Thanks in advance

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by Joseph Moore In reply to Port forwarding in Window ...

Fpipe from Foundstone is a port redirector program.

http://www.foundstone.com/resources/proddesc/fpipe.htm

It can redirect from one port to another on a machine. YOu could turn it on, then turn it off later. Just be careful with this tool. It can be misused.

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by pmccourt In reply to Port forwarding in Window ...

Joseph,
I downloaded the app, opened to command windows and had it listening on the two ports(status and connection). But I still can't get a connection to work, the workstations(not the localhost) connecting to it still can't connect.
Any ideas?

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