my question is:
how can I differentiate local connections from connections coming from the
"outworld"? I need this to set up a tcprelay Delegate: If the new connection
to port 15000 comes from a local source, delegate should
relay it to the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:yy address.
If the new connection to port15000 comes from the outworld, delegate should
relay it to the local address 10.255.255.200:11000.
Thanks in advance,
> On 05/21/99(23:13) you "Soletormos Csaba" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> in <_A479@delegate-en.ML_>
> |We have to test our program: the server is behind the firewall (delegate)
> |and listen on the eg: 10000 port. The client is outside the fwall, and would
> |like to connect to the server.
> |My question is: how can i configure delegate to pass any tcp connection
> |comming from the outworld (frtom a specific IP and port) to our server in the local
> |net ?
> Relaying a TCP connection without any interpretation of it content
> can be achieved by "tcprelay://targetHost:targetPort".
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