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Setting Up pcAnywhere to work with SpoonProxy

By default, pcAnywhere uses TCP and UDP ports 5631 (for data) and 5632 (for status).

If you need to run multiple copies of pcAnywhere behind your proxy, you may need to change the default ports used so that each copy runs at a different port. This can be done by editing the following registry keys: (Symantec's instructions on changing these ports.)


Function
Value
Registry Key to Examine/Change
Status Port5632HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\pcANYWHERE\CurrentVersion\System\TCPIPStatusPort
Data Port5631HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\pcANYWHERE\CurrentVersion\System\TCPIPDataPort
UDP Packets0 = Used (default)
1 = Not Used
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Symantec\pcANYWHERE\CurrentVersion\System\TCPIPConnectIfUnknown

By editing the UDP packets key registry key you can determine whether or not it also uses UDP:

Spoonproxy Instructions:

1) On the TCP Map tab, map the TCP port 5632 (Status) to the INTERNAL IP address of the machine you run your pcAnywhere on

2) On the TCP Map tab, map the TCP port 5631 (Data) to the INTERNAL IP address of the machine you run your pcAnywhere on.

3) If you have not edited the registry as noted above, you must also do the same mappings for UDP. If you have edited your registry, skip to step 4.

4) To connect to your pcAnywhere "server" from a pcAnywhere client from outside your local network, connect to the EXTERNAL IP address of your proxy server and SpoonProxy will pass you through.

  pcAnywhere is a Symantec product.
 
 
     
 
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