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Forward incoming connection to other systems.

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  • Hello.

    I want install a VM on my Windows server and Forward all incoming connections to specif Ports to it. For example, When anyone send Telnet request to my server then the request forward to VM that my server run it. Any idea?

    Thank you.

    Saturday, February 13, 2016 12:37 PM

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  • You will need to bind a network card in a separate VM that is running a firewall product

    Only a firewall product can do the type of connections you desire

    Brian

    Saturday, February 13, 2016 2:56 PM
  • You will need to bind a network card in a separate VM that is running a firewall product

    Only a firewall product can do the type of connections you desire

    Brian

    Can you explain it more? If I installed a VirtualBox and run a Windows VM on it then Can I use "Windows firewall with advanced security" for forward incoming connections to my VM?
    Saturday, February 13, 2016 4:01 PM
  • This is pretty basic. You set up a separate VM running whatever firewall product you want.

    Then you configure the firewall to do port forwarding.

    This is totally different than WIndows Firewall which is a client side firewall

    Brian

    Saturday, February 13, 2016 8:49 PM
  • This is pretty basic. You set up a separate VM running whatever firewall product you want.

    Then you configure the firewall to do port forwarding.

    This is totally different than WIndows Firewall which is a client side firewall

    Brian

    Thus, I can't do it with "Windows firewall with advanced security" and I need a hardware firewall?
    Sunday, February 14, 2016 6:15 AM
  • It depends on your needs and wants. If you really want to forward or working with UDP then you will have to go through the path that Brian suggested.

    If you want to use a port proxy then Windows has the features to "forward" a tcp connection. This allows for something that looks like a forward port.



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    Oscar Virot

    Sunday, February 14, 2016 2:07 PM
  • It depends on your needs and wants. If you really want to forward or working with UDP then you will have to go through the path that Brian suggested.

    If you want to use a port proxy then Windows has the features to "forward" a tcp connection. This allows for something that looks like a forward port.



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    Oscar Virot

    I want when anyone connect to my port then forwarded to my VM. For example, When anyone send remote desktop to my server it see my Desktop VM.
    Sunday, February 14, 2016 2:55 PM
  • If it is a TCP protocol it should be doable. But test in your own environment.


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    Oscar Virot

    Sunday, February 14, 2016 3:04 PM