I have a situation where I am in Europe and the remote PC is in USA. So my duty falls back always when my time is 1am and I need remote access to a new PC in USA for configuration and setup. They are brand new PCs, where normally you have Windows installed and general PC users just install
Logmein.com and VNC.
The painful part is midnight to 1 am, when I cannot have access but I have to do the job, where also nobody is physically present to accept when I need to connect (TeamViewer is same, VNC has no "behind firewall" feature).
I seem to be alone on needing this feature with Linux, and seems like it's like rocket science to do it, because less information is available about this. Google has made lot of applications but they seem to have missed this one.
Any idea how can I setup something which can work if the PC is behind firewall? I am a Linux user trying to login remotely and setup my developed software on that brand new PC. (something exactly like Logmein.com but without anyone else involved, as I explained above, I have to connect myself)