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Mother ship

Sometimes it becomes difficult to access remote servers that are sitting in obscure closets behind a layer or two of NAT. No telling what the IP lay-of-the-land will be like. We have a similar situation with our deployments. The schools have a XS school server, but these are typically hanging off a DSL modem, behind a NAT with a typical address of 192.168.1.0/24. Yet, we'd like to be able to get to the school server every once in a while, run some maintenance scripts, and gather some data for analysis.

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