What is the easiest (no configuration on router, firewall, etc) way to access Ubuntu (virtual machine inside a Ubuntu real machine) from outside my network?
I don't really know how my home network works (2 or 3 routers, 6 computers, my father control the network).
But what I need is to be able to see (and use (click,write)) on the Virtual Machine (running Ubuntu) inside my own machine (running Ubuntu). I'd rather not mess with the network (weird equilibrium). I think it's possible, but I don't know what works best and is the easiest to implement.
Ps.: Using VirtualBox. I thought that there was a new program (new to Ubuntu, ported from Windows) that would go over all the port forwarding stuff (Am I wrong? )
Ps2.: Would it be easier to access my first machine (the host for the virtual machine) from outside? I so, I don't mind doing this from Ubuntu (not messing with VirtualBox)