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It connects to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX port YYY, using a source port of "srcport" and binds the tunnel on local port "locport". Then you can connect to localhost:locport.
With this command it's possible to connect to servers using a specific source port (useful when a firewall check the source port). Because of the connections starting from the same source port, this works well only for the first connection (for example, works well with SSH and bad with HTTP because of multiple requests).
* It requires socat
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