I'm in the process of changing ISP. The new provider is cheaper and faster, but they don't provide a real IP. What would be the best way to redirect traffic from a real IP to a server behind NAT?


Note some routers has their client already built in like TP-Link - all you have to do is put in your username and password for your noip account and it does everything else. The you simple got to a provided website. it will be in the form of xxxxxxx.ddns.net or another of your choice.

This is from my Linux machine, which I do not have the plugin setup as I normally use my cell phone to view the cameras, but it will give you a idea. Hope it helps out

@youcantoo this would work for me, if I had a dynamic real IP. I got assigned a private IP which is not accessible from the Internet.


Oh snap, sorry about that. I have no idea then


@youcantoo My idea is to run a virtual machine in the cloud that has a real IP.

I'll set up VPN between my home PC and the virtual machine. This will allow me to redirect traffic from VM to PC

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