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I have a remote computer that will not allow incoming traffic due to ISP blocking of ports (basically double NAT situation that I am unable to get around). I am wondering if I have a computer acting as a client, is there any solution out there that will allow remote access to the computer. I do have other servers on the net that have static IP's that the computer could initiate a connection with.

I am thinking of using Debian Linux, However computer is not built yet so OS is not overly important at this point.

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You can also try TeamViewer, which is free for personal use. It has gone through every firewall I've seen so far that doesn't EXCLUSIVELY block it, and lets you create a VPN tunnel, transfer files, etc between two computers

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