About Port Forwarding
You can forward one or more TCP or UDP ports on one computer to another so that separate networks can be bridged.
RemotelyAnywhere can provide SSL encryption even if neither the client nor the server supports it. In this case, you can use two installations of RemotelyAnywhere: one to translate the connection from TCP to SSL, the other to translate it back from SSL to TCP.
If you have two RemotelyAnywhere Port Forwarding Servers communicating with each other, you can also utilize the proprietary Compressed SSL (CSSL) protocol instead of using plain SSL. CSSL can also seamlessly compress, uncompress, encrypt, and decrypt your data.