[Nottingham] Dealing with a router that does not support Port Forwarding

Paul reclusivegeek at yahoo.co.uk
Thu May 7 11:29:35 UTC 2015

Maybe the best way is a VPN on the other machine and have the pi VPN to it ?

On 07/05/15 12:23, Jason Irwin wrote:
> On 07/05/15 11:20, Paul wrote:
>> That sounds like the router does not actually do port forwarding.
> I know! :-D I suspect busted firmware as it's support to work.
>> If your router supports uPnP you could try one
>> of addons for Linux that add this functionality.
> It does not seem to support uPNP either. It is a pile of stinking...
> Can I have the Pi SSH to another machine and, somehow, then access the
> Pi via that other machine?

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