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how to reach beyond NAT
I have two public IP machines(PU-IP1 and PU-IP2). One in home and other in remote location.
The other public IP (PU-IP2) shares Internet to a local area network(3 machines). They are assigned private IP's.
Will it be possible to reach the private address of the machines with public IP (PU-IP1) from home?
All machines are linux ubuntu.
Thanks in advance,