What's the actual problem? From a brief look the article above seems to
describe hole punching very well, guess you just have to implement it
accordingly (also known as work ;).


(also known as work ;).
Yes, but I don't like to work :)

No, seriously, I've never had the time to dive into socket programming and still struggling to find the time for it.
So, I need to get as much info I can before I even can start with it ...

It's obvious that a central server has to be used to exchange connection/NAT data to both peers, but there are many articles to find on the net and many are contradictable

Paul

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