I am having trouble to run PwNAT successfully. The problem was created due to sample provided on official site. Here is how you should run it for case
Machine A (IP: 192.168.1.3) -> NAT A (IP: 122.x.x.x) -> Internet -> NAT B (IP: 59.x.x.x) -> Machine B (192.168.2.10)
Now if Machine A wants to connect to Machine B and want to access Machine B’s Webserver. Here is what you do
Machine B is a Server in our case so run server here:
#./pwnat.exe -s 192.168.2.10 2222
Now on Machine A run this
#./pwnat.exe -c 192.168.1.3 2222 59.x.x.x 2222 localhost 80
Let me explain which values came from what.
First for server:
If you do not define the local IP, and define something like 0.0.0.0 which is ANY IP for machine, then PwNAT do not send the correct IP through NAT A and hence NAT A never forward any incoming request to you. So server IP must be your machine main IP or LAN IP that is connected to NAT A router. IF you have multiple IP Only specific the IP that NAT A router can understand, otherwise it will fail for sure.
You can define any port by since pwnat use 2222 as default I use that
Now on client, I again define Local IP that is understand by NAT B, to avoid any confusion, but here it can be anything because it is used for Tunnel and hence it will not interact with NAT. Port is again any random port you want. Later we define the NAT B Server’ IP because we want to make sure we send Packet to that router. hence we use 59.x.x.x IP. Please note that while establishing connection PWNAT do not use any port. Now Proxy Port is 2222 this should be the same port that server is open. Otherwise connection won’t happen for obvious reason.
Localhost and port 80 is Domain or IP where you want to get connected through NAT traversal Proxy.
I will try to write a code in .NET library but for now. I will use my NMAKE complied copy of pwnat 0.3 beta version. Yes I compile it using NMAKE without Cygwin and it works superb on my windows 7 machine.