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From Ted Dunning <tdunn...@san.rr.com>
Subject Re: XML-RPC extensions for NAT traversal
Date Fri, 19 May 2006 21:47:43 GMT

The option if you are going point to point is to use something like 
stunnel or ssh to create a tunneled connection so that connecting to the 
tunnel on the far end results in a connection to the server on the near end.

This won't help for cases where you don't know where somebody will be 
making the request that you want.

Adam Taft wrote:
>
> ... you need to configure your firewall to "port forward" incoming 
> connections to your XmlRpc server.
>
> Gustavo García Bernardo wrote:
>> Are there some kind of XML-RPC protocol “extension” allowing a XML-RPC
>> server behind a NAT/FW to receive requests? 


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