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Posted on 2014-04-21
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I am configuring port forwarding on my router.
For ex if i want to telnet to my device on 23 or access by device using https I want to map these ports to other ports which can help in the port forwarding.
Would like to know what are the recommended ports which can be used for the port forwarding......
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by:Narender Gakka
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you can configure any port for the port forwarding, but its just that you need to mention it in your usage.

for ex if you forward 8080 to 80 on the router then your usage should be http://domain.com:8080 same logic is application for all of the services.
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by:SrikantRajeev
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I dont want to use well known ports for this.
I want to use the ports which are not used commonly..
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yes you can achieve the same with any port as per your need.
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Thanks
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