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I have implemented with c++, two small apps: an UDP client and an UDP server I place client in same machine than server. I start server, I start client, and I send data from client to 127.0.0.1... server receives OK now i do ipconfig and i get my local IP is 192.168.1.8 so I repeat by sending to...
i have two dns servers on our network, (windows server 2003 standard); (a) the dns server1, (has both forward lookup and reverse lookup zones configured), to which all hosts on the network are pointed, this same server has forwarders configured, pointing to our dns server2. (b) the dns server2...
how do u configure uer network to forward tcp and udp ports 6346 to ur local network