PortProxy

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PortProxy 95 -- the Windows 95 version -- running in the system tray using Wine on Novell openSUSE 10.2. PortProxy is the icon closest to the right, next to the clock
PortProxy is a TCP connection forwarding service that I wrote in college so that I could run servers from behind a firewall. When I put Linux onto resnet.bryant.edu, I no longer needed this program, but it's still cool if you are running Windows. I also wrote a version that runs as a system tray application in Windows 95.

Configuration

PortProxy stores its configuration in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PortProxy\Parameters registry key. It can be dynamically configured using a command line interface via a localhost telnet connection to port 256.

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