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borgy95 07-15-2013 02:42 AM

PORTS: How do I, force all traffic out on 80 then to their intended destination port?
 
Hi,

As the question says, How do i send all traffic from a specific application (eqgame.exe) through port 80. I want to do this because i have a situation where I am behind a firewall that will deny in/out access on all ports beyond the very common ones.
SO

I know i can use 80/443 as my outbound ports. But my destination ports are 9000, 7000-7200, 5998 and there are 5 IP's I'll be communicating with.

Does anyone know of a tool/method that will allow me to do this?

borgy95 07-15-2013 12:16 PM

/bump

Dare i rephrase the question to... Is it even possible, to force all traffic from an application out on port 80?

borgy95 07-19-2013 07:26 AM

So i completely over complicated this in my head it's easy to do...


VPN is the answer. VPN on port 80/443 to my hoke machine which acts as the proxy to then forward traffic onwards no problemo!

Why didn't i think of this sooner


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