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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
The VPS's I found are all minimum $5/month. Thats out of my price range for this sorta thing.
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
Thanks very much for the detailed help and screenshots. I'm using TeamViewer portable though, and have no admin rights. The VPN option is greyed out and I can't use it.
Aug
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
who provides a server that i can use only as a proxy for ssh?
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
Port forwarding is not possible on either of my machines due to the network that serves them. I have no-ip setup, however there are no ports that I can use to connect the machines.
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comment how to ssh two computers behind NAT and Firewall, without third computer
No, I have no router access and can't adjust the NAT settings.
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accepted Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
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comment Accidentally ran “sudo gpart -W /dev/sda /dev/sda” – how can I recover my partitions?
It turns out that my grub2 got obliterated and testdisk didn't fix that. I made a rescatux bootable usb drive, booted into the live session and repaired it that way. Alternatively I could have booted into any live cd, chroot'd into my Arch Linux and worked that way. rescatux was faster and easier though.
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answered Is it possible to resize a QEMU disk image?