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My situation looks like this: I want to browse websites on my local Windows computer with IP from my other Windows computer that is behind NAT and I can't port forward there. I don't really want to install any big programs on the gateway computer because it is very slow. A program that I can just double click (or run through cmd) to tunnel http/https data from my local computer in the background would be the best. I was thinking about writing a program to do this, but there must be an easier solution. I have made some research about this, but didn't really find anything for Windows.

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closed as off topic by mailq, sysadmin1138 Oct 21 '11 at 18:21

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-use rinetd ( it will listen to the ip:port and forward to the dst:port. it's very small program.

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from what I've understand I have to use it on my gateway server with configuration like this: 80 1001 How do I make my local browser connect through gateway though? Just reminding, the gateway server is behind a NAT. – Martin Oct 21 '11 at 16:53
1. client => gateway:port (rinetd) => your.pc:port (is it your diagram ?). 2. client => gateway:port (rinetd) => another.pc:port (rinetd) => your.pc:port – chocripple Oct 22 '11 at 12:18

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