I have a Tonidoplug running on Ubuntu Linux at home which has a NAS attached to it. The problem is, the cheap Internet service provider that I am using at home basically only assigned me an internal (10.x.x.x) IP and possibly shared the IP with many other users before reaching over to the Internet.
In short, here is my set up at home at moment
NAS -> TonidoPlug (consider it like a small PC) -> Home Router -> Internal (10.x.x.x) IP -> service provider -> Internet
At the moment, I am mounting my NAS like a network drive when I am at home, so everything is nice and easy. However, I will be moving to another place temporarily for a few months soon so I am just wondering if there is any way I can continue to use it like a network drive in Windows without logging into different websites every time? The only solution I can think of is to create a virtual LAN somehow, but how to do it is something I hope you could help me as well.
Thanks a lot in advance for your help.
EDIT: I think I found out where the issue is, I have a VOIP box connected in front of my router, which I have completely forgot about, therefore, the router is actually using the the IP provided by the VOIP box, once I enabled port forwarding from VOIP box to the router and from router to my plug, everything works.
Sorry for the confusion and thanks a lot for everyone's help!