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Programmatic NAT to NAT Remote Control

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I am looking for a simple solution, if possible for my current dilemma. I need a way for our technicians to remotely control our client(s) machines. Our systems are behind a NAT/firewall as well as our clients, with these firewalls/routers we cannot change the settings to set up any port forwarding. We want to develop this product ourselves and not use a pay for service such as NetSupport247.com.

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Why not use a VPN?
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If the client initiates the remote control session then the NAT at the clients end will not be a problem, VNC can do this easily.  If the NAT on both ends cannot be configured then you indeed have a problem.
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