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IPv6 and the DameWare Internet Proxy

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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 12, 2016

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DameWare uses the netsh tool to establish port forwarding through the DameWare Central Server between your Mini Remote Control application and the DameWare Internet Proxy. This port forwarding is used for Internet Sessions.

You are prompted to install the IPv6 protocol when it is not present on the computer on which you have installed the DameWare Central Server.

If you install the IPv6 protocol, it is installed on the machine running DameWare Central Server. The Internet Proxy communication type is set to Forward through the Central Server in the Administration Console. You can change the port number (the default is 6132) in the DameWare Server Configuration Wizard by modifying the Communication port number. You can also change it in the Internet Proxy Settings page of the Administration Console by editing the Proxy listening port in the Internet Proxy communication type setting.

If you decide to not install the IPv6 protocol, each Mini Remote Control application communicates directly to the DameWare Internet Proxy instead of using port forwarding through the Central Server.

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15:46, 12 Jul 2016