I recently found out that my ISP disables port 135. I have a server and personal computer behind my router. A friend and I are working on a programming project and are running into some sql issues because of this blocked port. For him to be able to access everything, I have dynadns configured
Personal Computer: 192.168.1.100 Server Computer: 192.168.1.110
Is there a way for me to forward localhost traffice from port 135 to say port 8081 and then have my server take incoming requests from port 8081 to 135? I have heard a little bit about ssh tunneling but it seems odd to be using Putty to login to my local machine where the ssh server is running to forward ports.
Any advice would be very helpful.
EDIT: I am using a router with dd-wrt installed and have installed the vpn addon. I was trying to get VPN working on my windows 2003 computer but was having problems with the GRE protocol not being configured. I will attempt the vpn option with my router and post my results later today.