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I recommend you download a LiveCD version of Linux and burn it to a CD or DVD, then boot from that. It should be able to read the Linux-formatted drive and transfer your data to a USB stick or send it somewhere over the network.
To access a static IP based computer , your computer no need to have static IP. To access your static IP server from your home you need to have SSH service installed in your static IP server. As you said it's a RHEL server and if yum configured then do as sudo yum install openssh-server openssh-clients Get the IP of your server with ifconfig command. ...
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