Ottavio Campana
August 26, 2021 09:14AM
Hello,

I want to write a module for an nginx that runs on a device with a private
IP address and behind NAT, connects to a remote server and adds the newly
created connection to the list of connections handled by nginx. At this
point the remote server will invert the connection and start making
requests.

I tried studying the documentation on nginx.org, but I am not able to get
an idea about how to achieve this.

Can you please give me a suggestion about how to do it?

Thank you,

Ottavio

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