On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 12:20:55PM -0600, John Shaver wrote:
> Well in this particular case it does alot more than that. It helps
> with incoming ports being 'blocked', or in most cases not forwarded
> through the NAT to your machine.
I'm not a Web Sockets expert, but this isn't how I understand things.
As far as I can tell, a Web Socket is just a normal outbound connection
on port 80. It would help if ports other than 80 are blocked for
outgoing connections, but it wouldn't do anything fancy.
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