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  Unix on Panther: Accessing the Internet
Subject:   routers? How to access?
Date:   2004-03-29 07:48:24
From:   bjepson
Response to: routers? How to access?

You can do this. Suppose you have an AirPort Extreme base station. You could configure it to hand out DHCP addresses up to a limit such as 192.168.254.148, but set up a network location on your desktop Mac with a fixed IP address above that range. Then, use the AirPort Admin Utility to forward SSH (port 22) to that machine.


To set this up, select Show All Settings, then click Port Mapping to specify a public port (what the outside world connects to), as well as the private address and port. People outside your network need to connect to the Public (WAN) address shown in the Show Summary screen.


If you have a non-AirPort base station, see the manual that came with it for instructions.


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