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Peter Duniho
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      03-05-2008
On Wed, 05 Mar 2008 02:54:03 -0800, Erik <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> But is it posible to create an applet which can accept an incoming
> connection if it's behind a router?


If it's possible to create an applet that can accept an incoming
connection generally, then it's possible to do when it's behind a router.

> And if it's posible, how is this done?


I already wrote a post telling you how. I also already wrote a post
telling you that I already wrote a post telling you how. Now I am writing
a post telling you that I already wrote a post telling you that I already
wrote a post telling you how.

I think this is getting a little out of hand.

Pete
 
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