Port Map is described as 'Did you ever feel the urge to map your networking ports using your Airport Basestation or a UPNP router? Did you ever want your application to be reachable from the internet, even in a home networking setup? Don't despair anymore. Port Map and TCMPortMapper are here!' and is an app in the Network & Admin category. There are eight alternatives to Port Map for Windows, Linux and Mac. The best alternative is PortMapper, which is free. Other great apps like Port Map are Simple Port Forwarding (Freemium), Multi Port Forwarder (Freemium), AUTAPF (Freemium) and socat (Free, Open Source).
Do you need to map a specific TCP or UDP port on your machine to another port on another machine? Do you want to limit access to a server on your machine based on the IP address of an incoming connection request?
Simple Port Forwarding works with WebPages and not directly with your router. Making it a safe program to use. Its no different than using Firefox, IE or any other browser to setup port forwarding yourself.
This is a Swiss Army knife of port forwarding. It transforms network traffic whichever way imaginable. The traffic for forwarding is selected by a combination of: direction (incoming/outgoing), protocol (TCP/UDP), Port, IP (IPv4, IPv6, DNS name), MAC, and Network Adapter.
Reliable TCP and UDP port forwarding for Windows. Keeps the data flowing whenever the network is ready. Efficiently forwards many ports at once. Administer locally, or remotely using a Web browser. Supports real-time, scriptable IP filtering.
Portfwd, Port Forwarding Daemon, stands for port forwarding daemon. It's a small C++ utility which forwards incoming TCP connections and/or UDP packets to remote hosts. FEATURES -- Forwarding of TCP segments. -- Forwarding of UDP datagrams.
Connects to UPnP-enabled gateways and redirects ports. Command line tool and a Rust library. Tested on Zhone Access Point with 2014 firmware (it cannot list opened ports, so I did not try to implement such feature).