I've got a box that's nat'd out to the internet. It is occassionally
neccessary for me to access this box remotely. The obvious answer is:
ssh -R 7777:localhost:22 remote.box cat
run from the nat'd box where remote box is a place I pretty much always
have access too from anywhere, anytime.
Um. Why not forward an open port like 7777 from whatever is doing NAT for
this box to port 22 on it? If the NAT gateway is being assigned a dynamic IP,
use dyndns.org & and update script...
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