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Hi there I have the following problem. A server with a real ip= IPEXT , an a local network ip=IPLO .How can i mount a directory from a computer in ...
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    Mounting remote directory


    Hi there

    I have the following problem.
    A server with a real ip= IPEXT , an a local network ip=IPLO .How can i mount a directory from a computer in the local network on the remote server.The problem is that the remote server doesn't know how to identify my local ip.

    P.S: on the remote server my privilegies are as a normal

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    You are trying to access a filesystem on or outside of your server? Either way, it sounds like you need to run NAT on that box (via iptables).
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