Sygate port mapping... please help!
Supposedly I can make a client machine act as a server. For example, can I make a 192.168 machine act as a UT server, or a Netmeetin server.
Their tech support told me to read the faq. The faq says It's possible, yet it gives no help on how to do it.
I basically need to direct traffice on certain ports to an internal machine.
Also, can I modify the apprule file to allow everything IN and everything OUT. I don't want it to be a firewall, I don't want it to selectively allow traffic. I want to just open it up WIDE.
I'll take two... CPU's
Sygate 3.0 and up do it inherently.
It was funny because I was playing a bot on my client side PC and other people started joining in. Very funny, I wanted to figure how to stop it from happening.
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