Tunnel behind router

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Tunnel behind router

Postby rayden24 » Wed May 17, 2006 4:04 pm

Is there any way to make GIT forward packets to the external network instead of my internal home network?

my configuration:

my friends comp 10.x.x.x-------my external 10..x.x.x-------my comp (internal) 192.168.x.x
comps in his network˙˙˙˙ ˙˙˙˙comps in my network

I'm in a network of computers 10.x.x.x and my computer is behind router and has adress (internal) 192.168.x.x but I need to forward packets not to my home network 192.168.x.x but to 10.x.x.x on my network (dmz is on, so the ports are all open to my external network)
I tried to setting the internal/external ip's in advanced configuration but it doesn't help.
Is there any way to do it?? (connecting directly to the network is not an option),
I'd like to be a part of the tunnel however i'd like to forward packets to my external network with different subnet than the one in my home.

To developer:
Could you implement such function in GIT, so that it would be possible?
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