Port Forwarding ( First Step to Learn Wan ATTACK)

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  1. sabrex

    sabrex New Member

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    Port Forwarding
    A port forward is a way of making a computer on your home or business network accessible to computers on the internet,
    even though they are behind a router. It is commonly used in gaming,
    security camera setup, voice over ip, and downloading files. After you have forwarded a port you are said to have an open port.

     
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    Port forwarding, or tunneling, is the behind-the-scenes process of intercepting data traffic headed for a computer's IP/port combination and redirecting it to a different IP and/or port. A program that's running on the destination computer (host) usually causes the redirection, but sometimes it can also be an intermediate hardware component, such as a router, proxy server or firewall.
     

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