Has any one made a UDP Hole puncher with ICS ?
Let A and B be the two hosts, each in its own private network; N1 and N2 are
the two NAT devices; S is a public server with a well-known globally
reachable IP address.
1. A and B each begin a UDP conversation with S; the NAT devices N1
and N2 create UDP translation states and assign temporary external port
2. S relays these port numbers back to A and B
3. A and B contact each others' NAT devices directly on the translated
ports; the NAT devices use the previously created translation states and
send the packets to A and B
If I were to implement the above, is it really that simple?
or is there much more to it than that ?
Any help appreciated, or alternatives, maybe a plugin / generic solution
that can be incorporated.
Our current setup is "Server on PC behind nat" and then client on Cell
We will have a lot of users not knowing how to do port forwarding.
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