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Re: ssh session to a computer with a non-routable ip

On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 10:51 -0600, Matt Zagrabelny wrote:
> hello,
> i am wondering if it is possible to get shell access to a computer with
> a non-routable ip (192.168.x.x) if that computer initiates the ssh
> session.
> that is, there are two computers (A and B, with A having a non-routable
> ip address and B having a routable ip address). i am at B and i want to
> have shell access to A. there is a person at A who can type things and
> run programs, but lets assume A's gateway wont do NAT or portforwarding.
> any thougts?

If A's gateway wont do NAT, how can it see the "outside world"?

Ron Johnson, Jr.
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