There's program that can connect to servers, but it's limited to 6 predefined IPs (although it has ability to connect to other IPs, don't ask why and how). I can't modify it.

I need to connect to another public IP using that program. How can I make it think it's connecting to own predefined IP, but for real connect to IP defined by me? (Windows)

Connection goes using two ports, one UDP and one TCP.

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Is it in your LAN ? as such just put a second IP on your NIC (the fake IP), and make sure the other server got a second IP in the same range too, so no traffic will hit the gateway.

  • None of them are in my LAN. – Andrew May 11 at 12:10
  • @Andrew do you control the router in from of that server ? – yagmoth555 May 11 at 12:17
  • no, i only control my computer and program. – Andrew May 11 at 15:05

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