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Networking behing a router

tommym121
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I am create a network behind a router with 5 computers, one of the computer are running EXSi with multiple guest OS.   I would like to find out how I can remotely access (from internet)  to all the computers including multiple guest OS behind the router.
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Configure routes on your border network router for whatever private networks you put behind this new internal router. Each router needs to understand the "next hop" address to get to a destination, but doesn't need to know anything else in order to route the packets.
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The easiest way is to setup a VPN. Your remote computer will now be on the network and you can use LAN ips to communicate.
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