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Darren Reed wrote:

>>From
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>>http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pro...y/worki01.mspx
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>>I understand that it is possible with UPnP enabled NAT devices.
>>
>>Is the NAT in PF UPnP enabled??
>>
>>or could someone tell me how I can accomplish this with OpenBSD.

>
>
>The only free, unix-based, UPnP implementation is for Linux and iptables,
>so your solution is to wipe OpenBSD and install Linux.


Note that the upnp library and tools have also been ported to FreeBSD :

http://www.freshports.org/devel/upnp/

Greets,

Nils
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