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Remote Access

Mahmoud Abd-El Sattar

Joined: Aug 30, 2006
Posts: 2
Can anyone please provide piece of code allowing me to access a remote machine (exists within another remote LAN), regarding the following:
- I have no permission to configure the router of the remote LAN.
- Both machines have no real IP.
All what I need is piece of code transferring packets between the two machines.
Scott Johnson
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Joined: Aug 24, 2005
Posts: 518
Both machines have no real IP.

No IP address?!? You can't route IP packets without an address. Do they really not have IP addresses? Or are those addresses not routable across the WAN. Or is it that the machines firewalled?

Is there a common machine (or series of machines) that can transfer data to either machine:

machineA <-> machineX <-> machineB

Or a series of boxes:

machineA <-> machineX <-> machineY <-> machineB

If you can find a machine both can talk to you can setup a tunnel.
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