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hi guys,

I have been googling on this but i cannot seem to find an answer to my question, possibly I am looking for the wrong keywords.
I understand the principle of port forwarding: the router receives a connection on port x on the router and the router forwards the communication to port Y on PC Z in the network.
I need to connect a PC in my intranet to another PC over the internet. My ISP blocks the port that is used by the software on my PC. So - considering the possibilities of port forwarding - I thought it'd be possible to have the router change the outgoing communication from my PC on port x to port Q

Is this possible?
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I think you made a wrong turn in your journey.

This is a woodworking router forum
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You might have better luck here: networking forum - Google Search

Sorry, as Bob said, we are a Woodworking forum

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hmm... port forwarding, but reversed. Maybe using a pattern bit rather than a flush trim bit?
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It's done with a registry hack, (changing service port) ligit answer.

You really need to read the web sites your logging on to first.
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Hi

Yes it can be done, go to Annoyances.org - Windows 2000 Discussion Forum and select your OS on your machine and post your question

Great site I have posted 12,000 answers (on the annoyances forum) and many will jump in and help you..

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hi guys,

I have been googling on this but i cannot seem to find an answer to my question, possibly I am looking for the wrong keywords.
I understand the principle of port forwarding: the router receives a connection on port x on the router and the router forwards the communication to port Y on PC Z in the network.
I need to connect a PC in my intranet to another PC over the internet. My ISP blocks the port that is used by the software on my PC. So - considering the possibilities of port forwarding - I thought it'd be possible to have the router change the outgoing communication from my PC on port x to port Q

Is this possible?



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