I've got a 827 router connected via a dsl line with a unique IP@. I can see the outside from the internal network, but how can I see the inside from the outside ? In other words, i'd like to redirect trafic from outside to a machine situated on the inside network.
I'm not sure what command to use and I'm getting a bit desperate, or my client is anyway.
It seems like you are most pronbably doing Network Address Transalation(NAT). If you are using a private address inside like 10.x.x.x then you can not talk to machines inside from outside. You have two options:
1. Talk to you DSL provider and get a static public ip address
2. Talk to the DSL provider and have them do static translation of your ip address. In some cases NAT does not work so your best option is 1.
I can only imagine the looks you will get if you try option number 2.
as for your dynamic address....
get a free account with a dynamic dns service and just point everybody at the name instead of the ip address. There is no need for a static address anymore. http://www.dyndns.org comes to mind. Just load the client and it will keep your dns entry updated for you automatically.
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