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GeneralLooking for an open source voice removal algorithm Pin
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QuestionHow to create TCP connections between two clients in different LAN? Pin
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AnswerRe: How to create TCP connections between two clients in different LAN? Pin
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TCP connections are based on the client-server concept. So two clients can not communicate even when in the same network segment.

It would be possible to create a special service that can pass through messages from one connected client to another one. But this requires a well-thought-out design of the protocol (identifying/addressing clients, keep-alive packets).

The usual way is to use port forwarding on the firewall / router to access servers behind. Other options are VLANs and tunneling.
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