I have a software that can not connect to 127.0.0.1. I have read a few posts that say you can redirect ports using 127.0.0.2. I have tried that IP and it was not mapped. I have also looked to see if I can tell the redirect to be on 127.0.0.2, but can't find a way to set local IP.
I understand the issue here, Microsoft TSAC (Terminal Server ActiveX Client or TSWeb) has the same problem, it doensn't allow you to connect to 127.0.0.1:1389 whereas the normal RDP-client does.
Though it's not very practical just now I added a MS Loopback interface to my PC. (Add hardware, network adapter). You can't assign a 127.0.0.x address because the 127-range is already reserved for the default loopback interface.
It would be great if you could tell the port-forwarding just to listen on a normally used active interface, such as the Cisco SSL VPN Adapter itself.
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