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Port-forwarding with netsh on Windows

Sometimes you run a program on your Windows computer that binds it’s ports to only the localhost address ( Usually you can configure the program to also bind to other interfaces. But sometimes you can’t reconfigure it or you don’t find the configuration options, because it’s poorly documented. In some situations there are also good security reasons why the program only binds to the localhost. So I also have to tell you: WARNING: Most times programs bind to is because of security reasons. Thus you should take care when you want to make a port available to other computers in the network and you should not do it unless… Read More »Port-forwarding with netsh on Windows

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