After configuring your Internet router to act as bridge (mine is a Bridged Cisco epc3925), basically you configured your dd-wrt enabled device in order to map some external ports to one or more internal hosts so you can expose a webserver listening on port 80 or a ssh instance on port 22 using your public ip address given by your internet company to your router, or, better you can even use an FQDN like home-haarlem.giuseppeurso.net to point dns records to your home internet address. Cool. Continue reading “DD-wrt internal client NAT to port redirected internal host with external address”
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a local network or the Internet. Part of my goal is to ensure no user
intervention is required when the computer is restarted (for passwords,
keys, or key managers).
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