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Comunicatie prin Internet intre IP-uri private ?

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Guest severika

Salut,Va rog sa ma ajutati si pe mine cu urmatoarea problema, nu ma pricep aproape deloc la linux.Vreau sa fac o aplicatie care sa permite unor statii linux sa comunice (de exemplu sa isi dea ping/telnet, etc intre ele) prin internet, ele avand IPuri private, date de provider (RDS, Romtelecom, etc, de exemplu si as putea sa fac mai usor si mai ieftin (sunt dispus sa platesc) chestia asta ?Cineva mi-a sugerat VPN (?) Multumesc.

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Daca ai un router in fata (lucru sugerat de ip-urile 10.0.0.x si 192.168.1.x), poti folosi un serviciu de dynamic dns, de ex. no-ip.com, daca iti permite routerul. Chiar daca IP-ul tau public se va schimba vei avea mereu o adresa gen xxy.no-ip.com care va pointa catre noul tau ip. Dupa, tot din router, poti face port forwarding din extern la port-urile care te intereseaza pe tine pentru ssh, telnet etc catre intern la hostname-ul masinii dorite sau catre ip-ul ei in caz ca il aloci static in reteaua interna in functie de MAC.

nu am router, or sa fie placi electronice gen Raspberry PI.
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