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There's a computer PC1 with web application server that connected to the internet, using private IP (172.16.x.x).

I have an outside server (Linux, command line only) PC2 that using real IP 192.211.y.y, PC1 can access PC2, but PC2 can't access PC1 (because it's private IP).

I believe there's an application that could enable visiting PC1 through PC2, so when people visit 192.211.y.y:12124 it would show the content of PC1:12123, I forgot the name of that application

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I remember now, It's Ngrok - Introspected tunnels to localhost

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You can use a reverse proxy in apache/nginx, over a vpn

  • the problem with reverse proxy is the PC2 must able to access PC1 – Kokizzu Feb 9 '15 at 1:33
  • Yes, I understand.. and a nginx reverse proxy could be your solution. – user319660 Mar 7 '15 at 7:35

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