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NAT Solutions


NAT Solutions are a collection of NAT (Network Address Translation) programs that I have written. This includes a TCP Portmapper, UDP Portmapper, and a TCP Router. When used correctly these programs can allow Network computers access to internet Ports/IPs or even more!
This is the only NAT(Network Address Translation)/ICS(Internet Connection Sharing) code you will find on PSC. I am the only one that even atempted to write this software and post it!
Here is a list of all the programs included in the download and their functions/examples of how to use them:
TCP portmapper:
Maps a Specific LAN Port to a specific Internet port.
Example of use:
1) Set Internet IP to 216.239.33.100
2) Set Private IP(LAN IP) to 127.0.0.1
3) Set Port to 80
4) Open Webbrowser to http://localhost
You just made your computer a private Google
Server!
UDP portmapper:
Maps a specified Interent UDP port to specific UDP LAN Port.
Example of use:
N/A - Dont know any apps that use UDP protocol
Router:
Maps a specific Internet/Private IP to a specific Port.
Example Of Use:
1) Set IP to 216.239.33.100
2) Set Port to 80
3) Open Webbrowser to http://localhost
You just made your computer a Google Server!(Any computer - even on the net can acces google by typing http://[Internet IP] - If your IP is Public(Internet IP)!
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I am looking for VB programmers to help me program a Multiplayer gaming network by the name of BioNet (It is not a Trojan!) If you are fimilar with VB's winsock control PLEASE e-mail me at AaronMCouture@hotmail.com or visit my website:
http://www.angelfire.com/me4/ZytechSoftware
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I Want To Hear Your Ideas So, Please Comment!
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Original Author: Aaron Couture

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Posted: 2002-06-01
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