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1. i have a private ip address on my fedora core -2. can i run # ssh x.x.x.x from my system where x.x.x.x is a public ip address . 2. ...
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- 05-31-2005 #1
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ssh from a private ip
1. i have a private ip address on my fedora core -2. can i run
# ssh x.x.x.x from my system
where x.x.x.x is a public ip address .
2. The new connection which my ISP has supplied is very latest. in this case, the DSL modem (uses PPPoE) gets the public IP address & all my internal systems within the LAN have private IP address. 19 systems r on win XP and one is on fedora core -2 . will there b any problem ?? if i donot get a public IP on any of the systems , what can b the possible disadvantages ?? Can everything be achieved with the private IP address on my fedora core -2 ?
- 05-31-2005 #2
If you have access to the router (assuming you have a router) and that has the public IP address assigned, you should be able so simply forward your ssh port to the particular private IP that is assigned to fedora box.
I currently have three PCs on my home LAN, each with a private IP connected to my router that uses the public IP from my ISP. I just go into the router's configuration and forward the http, ssh and ftp ports to the appropriate PC (they are all served on my linux box).Join the Open Source Revolution. Support GNU/Linux.
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