Lets suppose we have 2 parties
B(participant). I want to communicate with
B's firewall restrictions are not allowing me to communicate with him. Is there any way that I can bypass
B's firewall restrictions and communicate with
- A and B don't have any control of each other.
- B cannot modify firewall access policy from his side.
As of now, my idea was to use my own proxy and whenever I detect a firewall restriction I will prompt
B to connect to my proxy do the required port-forwarding.
Can anyone suggest a better solution for this?