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SSH to my company's server

So I am working from home and I need to connect(SSH) to my company's server ever yday. The problem is that they have recently done an IP lockdown and only selected IPs can connect. My IP is not ...
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SSH to computer on LAN from DynDNS host name

I'm trying to set up DynDNS for a personal computer on my home network for SSH access. I've got DynDNS set up, and managed to get the router forwarded correctly so that any connection attempts to port ...
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1answer
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Does it make a difference if I specify IP or domain name with a local server?

I have a computer in my house set up at, say <domname>.dyndns.org, it also has a local IP of 192.168.1.101. Is it consistently faster to use <domname>.dyndns.org or the IP for SSH (when ...
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Does DynDNS always point to my external IP?

I want to be able to ssh to my box from anywhere on Internet so I am doing port-forwarding. I've registered with free dyndns.org account so that evenif my external ip changes, it doesn't affect the ...
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Setting up DynDNS and VNC in order to control my work Mac from my home PC and vice versa

I have set up a VNC server/service on my home PC with TightVNC. I have then set up VNC access on my work Mac, and have downloaded Chicken of the VNC as a client. I have created a dyndns host for my ...
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How to ssh into home LAN behind ISP NAT (no public IP address)?

My property management company provides free internet access. All the apartments in many buildings are behind some common NAT, so none of us have our own public IP addresses. Thus, services like ...
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If I ssh to a domain provided by dyndns, does my password go through them?

I'm running Ubuntu on my work PC, and my work place provides me with a static IP address but not with a domain. It's sometimes useful for me to connect to that PC through ssh, but it's not common ...