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At start, sorry for my english.

I have remote computer without IP (only no-ip address) with http server, mysql etc. Now with my laptop i want to make connection with the remote PC over SSH and make the remote PC works as like in LAN with my laptop, having own local IP ( Is any way to do this? If not through SSH, then how?

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Have you connected to this remote computer any other way? – iglvzx Feb 2 '12 at 17:52
Is the remote system possibly part of a shared hosting solution? What do you mean by "without IP"? – Oliver Salzburg Feb 2 '12 at 17:55
I tried VPN and hosts file if you're asking for this. Problem is, that remote PC doesn't have static IP, only dynamic. I get no-ip address for this PC and it's accessible from web, but also i want to make it's accessible over using /etc/hosts file. – Galmi Feb 2 '12 at 17:58
@Oliver Salzburg: No, remote PC is my own PC. By without IP i mean that PC have only dynamic IP and i can not connect with over it. – Galmi Feb 2 '12 at 18:00
Why not ssh to the no-ip hostname every time? Do you need to access something by IP address? – Jim G. Feb 2 '12 at 22:50

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