I'm running a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine and was curious on if there is any software out there that would allow me to open port 3307 and route any data sent to it to port 3306. For example, if I'm connecting from a network that blocks the outbound port 3306, is there anything that will allow me to connect to port 3307 and locally (On the Windows Machine) re-route the data to the local 3306 port? On a side-note, this is for a MySQL server. Thanks!
The examples section has this
Although this example is for port 80 (HTTP) you can use socat to create a bidirectional relay for almost any protocol.
You'll notice it shows it's Linux/Unix origins. I don't know how well The Windows port works on Windows or whether some of the options are unsuitable for Windows. I'd give it a try.
For a production system I'd try