You should be able a port from your isp's public nat box to you private
You can then use this public ip / port pair.
otherwise you can create a tunnel which has only one fixed end, this is
what I do for when I am roaming.
The tunnel would stay stable and allow the routing between networks.
You might want to consider quagga to do the dynamic routing with.
Thomas Heidemann wrote:
On Monday 12 January 2004 16:29, Doug Lytle wrote:
thanks for your advice.
It depends on what you'll want to use to connect the two networks. I
use Linux at both ends connecting several Windows based network.
Sorry, I didn't mention that. Of course, both networks have a static
internet access through a Linux firewall (on which I want to implement
But I'm worried about the side with the private (non-routable,
192.168.x.x/24) network. There the external interface of the Linux
gateway has a private address too!
Here is the situation:
private network (eg. 192.168.1.0/24)
|(external interface with _private_ address)
NAT-Box of internet provider
| (external interface with static official IP)
private network (eg. 192.168.2.0/24)
Both ends will have to have access to the internet. In my case, each
linux box have real world internet addresses connecting the 2
networks with a 2nd network card hooking into the local network. I'm
using a TUN device between these two networks and I'm having Linux
routing. Works very nicely.
I hope, it works for me too.
If your going to use Windows as the tunnel server, I can't help here,
but I'm sure there are several others here that can.
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