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Redirect TCP/IP Socket

 
dushantha Rathnayake
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Hi,

I am trying to re direct a connected TCP/ IP socket into another host. What is the possibility of this task? please give me your help.

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You can either run a proxy server on that port (which essentially reads incoming data on that port and sends it to a different port), or you can have your firewall/router do that (in which case you'd be looking for a feature called port forwarding).
 
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Hi Tim,

Thank you for your reply. But in this case I want to do redirect the connected socket into another host. Then the second host can process the request and send the response to particular client. No need to come again to first host. Can we do that using java?

Thank you.
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Yes, a proxy written in Java can do that.
 
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Hi,

Really? wow. Can you please give me a link or any helpful document for do this. And thank you very very much.
 
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I'm sure you can find relevant material yourself by searching for "java proxy server" or some such phrase.
 
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