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[DeleGate-En] Re: DeleGate 9.9.7 on same port numbers but different protocols
01 Jun 2014 01:32:09 GMT (Yutaka Sato)
The DeleGate Project

Hi Nacho,

Thank you for your helpful feedback.

In message <_A5047@delegate-en.ML_> on 04/27/14(23:54:41)
you =?iso-8859-1?Q?Nacho_Pe=F1afiel?= <> wrote:
 |Im configuring DeleGate to work as a port forwarder on a Windows machine,
 |but Im having trouble installing the service for the same port but
 |different protocols (TCP and UDP):
 |delegated.exe P2194 SERVER=tcprelay://
 |delegated.exe P2194 SERVER=udprelay://
 |The problem is that the Service name is the same in both cases (DeleGate
 |Server P2194) and the second line asks to remove the first service. Can I
 |rename or specify the service name in order to have both services running in
 |the same machine? Even tried delegated.exe P2194/udp
 |SERVER=udprelay:// but it also takes the same name.
 |Ive been able to make the second line work tricking the P command this
 |delegated.exe P0.0.0.0:2194 SERVER=udprelay://

Oh, you are almost the master of DeleGate on Windows !!

 |But I wonder if there is a better/nicer way to do it.

It should be because your trick does not work when you really need to
specify the same interface and port in both services.

 *ToDo: The default name of a service should include "/udp" or "/tcp" part
   of the port specification, if exists.
 *ToDo: There should be a way to speify the service name explictly.

I'll do it in DeleGate/10.0.0 (pre1).  It might be feedbacked to 9.9.9.

 |Also, once installed, how can I query which rule are any of the services
 |applying? I mean is there a command line that giving P2194 tells me that
 |its relaying TCP port to

In my memory, there was a way to peep the parameters of DeleGate in
the service manager, but it seems not in the current Windows (8).
It might be with the registry viewer...

 *ToDo: The parameters of DeleGate should be shown in the service manager,
   maybe as the description or the starting parameters.

 |Thank you in advance.
 |-[ Nacho

Cheers from Japan,
  9 9   Yutaka Sato (CSDP,ITIL-F,OCUP-A,Security+,ISTQB-F)
 ( ~ )  National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
_<   >_ 1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568 Japan
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