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Using Network Redirections

To communicate with an emulator instance behind its virtual router, you need to set up network redirections on the virtual router. Clients can then connect to a specified guest port on the router, while the router directs traffic to/from that port to the emulated device's host port.

To set up the network redirections, you create a mapping of host and guest ports/addresses on the the emulator instance. There are two ways to set up network redirections: using emulator console commands and using the ADB tool, as described below.

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