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I have a server (cassini) that listens on port XXXX. It accepts only connections from localhost. This is not configurable.

I would like to temporarily run a program that will listen on port YYYY from all network interfaces, and forward each connection to port XXXX on localhost.

What's a good tool to do that ?

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After more research and testing it appears that was a good solution in my case.

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I think there are many. Quick google search revealed for Windows:

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Sorry but this one is just not working in my case. I don't know why but the server closes the connection from the program. As there is a ton of utilities I was looking for an the advice of an experimented user rather than testing all of them. I finally found – Samuel Rossille Jul 25 '12 at 12:03

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