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Port forwarding with VM superhub
As far as I can tell you cannot set the destination port when adding a
port forward rule in the superhub. I need to forward a port (1024) to
an embedded device on which I cannot change the listening port (1024).
For now I have put another router in the dmz and forwarded the port on
that. Is there anyway to do it on the superhub or it this a limitation?
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