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Adding port forwards to Hololens
When the Hololens is tethered via USB, one can reach the Device Portal using http://127.0.0.1:10080 via the connected PC.
I assume the magic behind this is that TCP port 10080 (PC) is forwarded to TCP port 80 (HoloLens), all via the USB interface.
My question - is there a way to set up additional port forwards to the HoloLens? I would like to be able to communicate to a TCP port in my application running on the HoloLens, without being connected to WiFi.