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In order to connect to something that is on IPv6 only, you need every network device in the routing path to support IPv6. If anything doesn't support IPv6, then you can sometimes use an IPv6 broker, who let you tunnel IPv6 over IPv4 until you get to them, then they route IPv6 to the destination. If all of this is in place, then yes you can just put the ...


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from: http://mysteriousswede.blogspot.com/2012/01/mount-local-directory-to-server-on.html How to do it? You set up ssh forwarding by using port 10000 on the machine you log in on to port 22 on your local machine and use sshfs to mount in on the other side. F.ex. to mount /home/username/mywwwdevelstuff on your local machine to /var/www on the server side: ...


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Forget about remote desktop, all the best Android apps are paid apps. I use VNC Viewer for Android by a developer called androidVNC team + Antlersoft. It works over LAN, assuming you have a direct connection to your LAN, and know IP address of the machine you want to access. You will also need VNC server, it can be downloaded for free from their site ...


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I think this is a good idea, so I made some research. First, let me explain what I am using: I have registered to http://www.noip.com/ You can create a free dynamic dns that will resolve your ip address to a domain name if You want to access your pc across the internet. They also have a nice program that keeps refreshing the ip address associated to your ...


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It is entirely possible to remote into a home machine from your laptop and have it work much like any remote connection. You have several options in this regard, be it simply remote desktop connection / bitvise ssh (with the appropriate ports forwarded at home, and some way to get your home IP like no-ip.org) or 'it just works' with teamviewer. However, ...


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How many concurrent sessions do you need? I suspect the answer is "one", in that case you really don't need a Terminal Server. For one, it won't save you any money because the Windows Server License ain't exactly a bargain. To remote into it from abroad you would need some way to know your home IP (maybe you have a fixed one or a domain, many homeusers don't ...


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The only additional way I know is remote killing the lsass.exe process like this: TASKKILL /S hostname /U username /P password /F /IM LSASS.EXE /T This very often fails but it's worth trying. If you have a remote server you really want a KVM over IP or ILO setup though.


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If you have access to the FTP account manager, create ftp accounts for the 2 servers then goto https://www.multcloud.com You can follow their guide here, but you really don't have to, their system is very straight forward https://www.multcloud.com/tutorials/transfer-files-between-ftp-servers.html



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