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I want to write a simple client/server network application to send and receive some data.
But I have to hide my ip using another computer, exactly same as in the below picture.[^]
Posted 28-Jan-13 2:45am
Richard MacCutchan 28-Jan-13 11:26am
Then you need to run some program on B that forwards the message to C. However this sounds suspiciously like hacking so I will refrain from suggesting anything more.

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That is no problem and in many ways achievable.


You will have to have access to the middle machine to configure it and or install stuff on it. Or course you can't just fool a third machine into doing it without control.

This will of course expose the middle machine to the third party destination.

Actually almost every company uses that structure, where they have a web-server sitting in a DMZ, which is connected to the internet and is taking all the incoming traffic.

And some restricted access to\from it inside to the intranet.

SaeedSalehi 28-Jan-13 15:30pm
thank for your answer
according to your answer i have to write another program on middle machine to do this?
Edo Tzumer 29-Jan-13 0:33am

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