I'm not sure how to start better so i'll be straight. I have to travel to a foreign country, but i need access to a server that is local to my hometown network. I have a DD-WRT router with only my PC connected behind it. So my question is: Can i make some iptables rule that will allow me to connect to my router from outside network ( foreign country ) and will redirect me to my local network ( ISP provided ). I'll try to make a "map" of my need.
/Me - X/ /My router - R/ /Internet - I/ /Local Server - S/
My typical way to access S ( Local Server ) is as follows:
My typical way to access internet is:
My need is:
R<--I<--X ( then from R i connect to S )
This is because i can not access S from outer network.
When i'm not in home there is no active PC behind the router so i can't just run proxy on it.