Our college local network has many computers with local IPs, and there's a gateway or a server which sends and receives the traffic and it has a static IP. So when I am away from that network and I want to access my computers in that network, I know their MAC addresses and their local IPs in that network and the static live IP of that network.
I have Ubuntu on my systems. I can turn on the systems locally, but I also want to know:
- How can I do that over the internet?
- How to even ping a system in that network?
- How to do port forwarding in this situation? or if there is any method in which you don't have to forward the ports in routers?
I tried this but it doesn't work!