One of my computers is behind NAT firewall and I would like to get ssh access to it. The problem is that the actual firewall is at the ISP, and I didn't have any luck to get static local ip, or even get them to forward some ports.
What I don now is I start ssh session to my webserver from the computer behind the firewall and forward port, say 10000. Then from home, I connect to the webserver and then ssh localhost to port 10000. This is not very efficient, because I have to be logged in and have ssh session up.
My fedora comes with something called CIPE encrypted tunnel service. Could I use this to "tunnel" to my linux webserver?
Maybe there is a better solution than that, like star the ssh tunnel at boot or something.
Thank you for your help