#1
Hi,

My current setup doesnt allow me to have port forwarding because of Double NAT issue and my ISP doesnt allow me to have port forwards.

Is there a work around for me to access my Apps remotely via NZB360 ?
As your app supports SSL, Proxies, reverse proxies etc. just curious if there is some alternative way for me to be able to access my apps remotely via NZB 360

Thanks
#3
Thank you so much for the solution. Very highly appreciated. I`ll look up in to it.
Does this thing work with web hosting platforms? I happen to have a web hosting plan or devices such as latest NAS?
They also seem to offer SSH
#4
I assume this is shared hosting ?

Your hosting company might offer you SSH access to your hosting space, but I think doing what I mentioned over SSH probably requires root access. I'm certain this will not be granted to you. You need a VPS so you have total control over the server.
#5
Hi,

Yes, as a matter of fact you are absolutely right. My provider did mention the samething.

Regarding the NAS, any confirmation about that? I have heard that NAS also has the capability of running a private server
#6
fahad wrote:
Mon Apr 02, 2018 2:52 pm
Hi,

Yes, as a matter of fact you are absolutely right. My provider did mention the samething.

Regarding the NAS, any confirmation about that? I have heard that NAS also has the capability of running a private server
Yeah you can, but where is this NAS located ? Remotely ? Or inside your home network ? Cause if it's inside, then you'll face the same problem with port forwarding.
#7
Yes, NAS would be located in my home within the same network.
So I guess I'm back to square one. Well then I guess VPS is the only alternative left.
Thank you for your help. I`ll try to look in to VPS thing.
#8
fahad wrote:Yes, NAS would be located in my home within the same network.
So I guess I'm back to square one. Well then I guess VPS is the only alternative left.
Thank you for your help. I`ll try to look in to VPS thing.
Or change ISP??
#9
That was my 1st thought but it seems the place where I live, all ISP use Double NAT and distribute internet in the building, I tried 3 ISP`s but they all fail when it comes to port forwarding.

But I sure will keep this option in mind and try to see if perhaps any of the ISP changed their regulations
#10
A VPS is always handy to have. You could install Sonarr/Radarr/SABnzbd/etc all on the VPS. You could install openvpn to hide your traffic. Host a site or files. And much more.