I have a server service that uses 8182 port. Somebody want to connect to this, but 8182 port is unavailable for him, only 5118 is working fine.
No problem I thought, I just install port forwarder software (service), I set to: "If somebody is connecting to 5118, I redirect to 8182".
But I didn't find any trustable (and freeware) good software for this. I tried Rouvali Windows Port Forwarding Service, but it only shows an error on log.
I have no control over the router, because this is a virtual, leased server.
So please suggest me some freeware Windows service (application) that can redirect this port in persistent mode.
netsh was not really succesful.
netstat don't show the bound port.
But next I found this article. This said that I need to install IPv6 support.
I installed it, and restarted the server. After this the
netstat shows the needed port, but on connect (locally or remote) I got:
Socket error: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. (10054), on API 'recv'
What would be the next step?