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Host server at home behind ISP NAT using STUN

I'm hosting my own Linux server at home, which I will be using as a VPN server and web hosting if possible, problem is that I'm behind my ISP's NAT which means that I'm unable to connect to my server ...
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Hole punching over multiple ISP [closed]

I have set up my web server on my home PC used to return its client's public ip/port for TCP hole punching. As I tested, All port returned from each request(I bind socket to the same port on each ...
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ISP 5 Device Limit … again

Sorry for the delay in responding to the suggestions that were posted in my first question (ISP 5 Device Limit - double NAT the solution?). I've been travelling and have not been able to try anything. ...
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ISP 5 Device Limit - double NAT the solution?

I have asked this question in response to another question here ( 5 Max connections/devices to the internet? Is my ISP limiting me somehow? ), but thought I should start a thread to see if I can get ...
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Are there any home ISPs that offer external IPs for all devices on the network? (No NAT)

NAT is a a real pain, and the large address space in IPv6 doesn't need it. Are there any ISPs that offer actual home routing, giving each computer a global IP address, rather than a local one? This ...