I have a Windows server running IIS. I wish to run a piece of software that hosts a web interface on a non-standard HTTP port (let's say, port 9999). I have static DNS entries on my router for two FQDNs, both of which direct to the Windows server.
Can anyone assit me in completing this simple looping problem
allow the user to enter as many number as they want by using a loop. The program will keep asking the user for additional numbers until the user enters 9999. Once the user enters 9999, exit the loop and display a message telling them which number they entered was the largest of all of their entries.
I'm used to setup a ssh proxy in the localhost like this:
ssh -fND 9999 server
I have been using it for years for daily browsing. Now I want to use the same proxy in a Windows guest in the same desktop host. The host (Fedora) is at 10.1.1.4 and the guest is at 10.1.1.7. But when I set the proxy as a socks5 proxy in Firefox at the Windows guest pointing it to 10.1.1.4:9999 it times out.
So i'm creating services with jmdns and i can access them from local area network from aadress 192.168.0.101:9999/servicename (note that 192.168.0.101 is my android phone localIP).
Now if i want to access them from wide area network i'd have to do port forwarding in my router right?