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Slaiochi

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I'm trying to make a server that will take an inbound connection request and transfer that request to a different server.

Client

V

Log-in Server

V

Game Server

That's pretty much what I'm trying to accomplish, but haven't found a way to do this in AutoIt yet. Any help is appreciated :whistle:

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I'm trying to make a server that will take an inbound connection request and transfer that request to a different server.

Client

V

Log-in Server

V

Game Server

That's pretty much what I'm trying to accomplish, but haven't found a way to do this in AutoIt yet. Any help is appreciated :whistle:

try consolewrite/sdtread, or tcpsend to the other server.


Don't bother, It's inside your monitor!------GUISetOnEvent should behave more like HotKeySet()

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sdtread? my AutoIt doesnt have that function o.o

Also, I have a basic grasp of the network commands, I just need a little sample code to understand them better.

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I know this is wrong, or it'd work but here's what i have thus far.

Global $LogIn_IP = "127.0.0.1"
TCPStartup()
$LogIn_Port = TCPListen($LogIn_IP,2610)

GUICreate("LodE Server v0.1a",400,200)
$Traffic = GUICtrlCreateEdit("",15,15,370,170)
If $LogIn_Port = -1 Then Exit
GUISetState()

While 1
    GUICtrlSetData($Traffic,"Listening for Connections at: " & $LogIn_Port & @CRLF,1)
    TCPConnect($LogIn_IP,$LogIn_Port)
    TCPSend($LogIn_Port,"~SERVER CONNECTED")
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

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Look at the examples in the help file for TCPSend and TCPRecv. The TCPRecv example is a fully functional server and the TCPSend example is a fully functional client.


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I already have a Game Loopback Client, I'm trying to make a private server for. And the client has to be redirected by the server to a different port, that's the part I'm stuck on right now. The client connects to the server, but says "Waiting for reply from server..." that message is the one where it's waiting for the redirect from port 2610 to 2615. All I need to know is how to redirect the inbound port to a different one.

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