Re: Getting past router?
Suppose I have a program, and the program
wants to talk to a server at some IP address,
but that server, which is waiting for a connection
on some port, is behind a wireless router.
That is not a problem. Router works on network layer and if you send a
connection request (I assume that you use TCP) then you needn't have to
care about the router.
How can that work? Does a router normally
just pass such a request on to all machines
connected to it?
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