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    remote access to server under adsl router via ssh

    Set up a 12.04 server under an adsl router running pppoa. I have no experience with ssh, but want to be able to access server from home win7 64 manchine. Opensshd on server, port 22 checks open with Nmap, port22 forwarded to 192.168.1.10 (server). Have Bitvise client on home machine. Can't figure out how to set a destination as there isn't a static ip. Possible?

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    Re: remote access to server under adsl router via ssh

    register in http://www.no-ip.com/ and install the noip2 package

    sudo apt-get install noip2

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    Re: remote access to server under adsl router via ssh

    There are a number of dynamic DNS services available, in addition to no-ip above:

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DynamicDNS

    Once you have picked one, you can use the package ddclient to make the connection and update your IP address.

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    Re: remote access to server under adsl router via ssh

    You could also have your pc email you on boot/periodicially. The mail header should contain your WAN side IP address, mine does.

    Not saying I would do it like this btw. I use dyndns for my home ssh servers. Just putting the comment here as food for thought.

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    Re: remote access to server under adsl router via ssh

    Thanks to all. I went with the free basic account with no-ip for now. The school will hopefully spring for a registered domain eventually, but for now this will be fine.

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