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configuring port 6789/6321 on wingate 3.0.5 on win89 machine

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Hi....
I am using windows 98 SE. And wingate 3.0.5 as a proxy server.
I want to run a stock-exchange software....over LAN using a cable modem. For that i am told to enable any port like 6789 / 6321 / 6998 on my LAN Running TCP/IP.
TCP/IP is the protocol i am using..... but i dont know how to configure or enable the ports using wingate proxy server.

Can any one please guide me throught this.

Regards...
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WinGate can do ONLY proxy functions, not port-forward. Anyway, to enable some special services, you can add a general proxy service and bind the specific port(s) ,or by using Socks 4/5 service (port 1080 TO Any).
What are you intend with "i am told to enable any port like 6789 / 6321 / 6998 on my LAN Running TCP/IP" ? To permit FROM your LAN or to permit TO your LAN across WinGate ?
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by:khankejan
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My problem is that my boss wants to have a stock exchange program at his computer. So that he can monitor the stock market. For this he had contacted  a broker who installed a front end application on my boss machine. This application works well on dial up... but we want to run it on LAN through cable modem.
For this i have created new service with the ports and permitted the user.
Is that all or enough settings at wingate.?
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Should be. Set the permissions for your boss PC ,eventualy based on MAC/IP and not ByUser.
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