Forward local or remote tcp ports through SMB pipes.
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Invoke-Piper.psm1 Update Dec 12, 2017
README.md Update README.md Nov 16, 2017

README.md

Piper

Forward local or remote tcp ports through SMB pipes.

EXAMPLES

Local port forwarding through pipe testPipe: -L 33389:127.0.0.1:3389

SERVER: Invoke-PiperServer -bindPipe testPipe -destHost 127.0.0.1 -destPort 3389
CLIENT: net use \\serverIP /USER:User (OPTIONAL)
CLIENT: Invoke-PiperClient -destPipe testPipe -pipeHost serverIP -bindPort 33389

Admin only remote port forwarding through pipe testPipe: -R 33389:127.0.0.1:3389

SERVER: Invoke-PiperServer -remote -bindPipe testPipe  -bindPort 33389 -security Administrators
CLIENT: net use \\serverIP /USER:User (OPTIONAL)
CLIENT: Invoke-PiperClient -remote -destPipe testPipe -pipeHost serverIP -destHost 127.0.0.1 -destPort 3389

Dynamic port forwarding (using https://github.com/p3nt4/Invoke-SocksProxy): -D 1234

SERVER: Invoke-SocksProxy -bindPort 1234
SERVER: Invoke-PiperServer -bindPipe testPipe -destHost 127.0.0.1 -destPort 1234
CLIENT: net use \\serverIP /USER:User (OPTIONAL)
CLIENT: Invoke-PiperClient -destPipe testPipe -pipeHost serverIP -bindPort 1234

Issues

Protocols requiring a big amount of parallel connections may exhaust all named pipes available to the system.