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- Subject: Re: Send data using tcp/udp to devices behind NAT - UDP Hole Punching
- From: Eric Wing <ewmailing@...>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 19:27:50 -0800
I think you want to look at NAT-PMP (NAT Port-Mapping-Protocol) or for
the masochists, UPnP. I see a lot of peer-to-peer software like
Bittorrent clients now support both to deal with NATs.
Maybe this library is usable? (No personal experience with it.)
On 2/23/12, Satheesh Kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Basically what I want need is this:
> Two devices must connect and send data to one another(without an external
> server) using tcp/udp.
> The devices are behind NAT.
> I read that this may be possible using a method called UDP Hole Punching.
> So how do I achieve this? I have a server (seems hole punching requires a
> server) but the actual data transfer must be without using an external
> Any help is appreciated.
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