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RaveRod

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The topic might be a bit confusing so I'll explain. I'm trying to configure eMule on our network.

What I want to do is change the port on each workstation (to say 58839) and in the firewall, forward port 4662 to 58839.

I can do this for ONE workstation (eg. Forward all connections to port 4662 from the internet to 192.168.0.2:58839). I want to do something like forward all connections to port 4662 from the internet to 192.168.0.*:58839.

The reason for this is security inside our network.

Also, a bit off topic but with eMule, the following is stated in their help:

2) Local Port: any 
  Remote Port: 4662 
  Protocol: TCP  
  Direction: outgoing 
  Purpose: Client Port / Connections to other clients, Client to Client Source Exchange
 
  Note: 4662 is the default port, but other clients may have different settings. Change the remote port to any when configuring a firewall


Now, because of the lack or program control (or client firewall), is there a way to allow this sort of connection (as allowing all local and remote ports to any defeats the purpose of this program)?

Thanks is advance for your help.
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RHarmsen.nl

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It is not possible to map one port to multiple computers.
and if you map from one port number to another eMule won't work.

best is to give every client his own port and map that port from the internet to the client.
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