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IOT networking issue

DeathPheonix
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I need to SSH into my IOT device which is running LTE, and that IOT device also needs to connect to my device which is also using LTE connection. Is there anyway to use a server as a tunnel between these two devices with port forwarding and etc.

CPU: i7 5930K OC'd 4.5Ghz

Motherboard: Asus X99 Sabertooth

RAM: 64G Corsair Dominator Platinum

GPU: EVGA GTX980Ti Hybrid

Case: NZXT H440 Razer Edition

Boot: Intel 750 480GB 

Storage: Micron M7 256GB+Seagate 3TB in acceleration mode

Backup: WD Blue 1T incremental for boot drive

PSU: Corsair AX860i

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Can you elaborate on the devices please.

What is your IOT device? does it have multiple ports?

Does the devices support upnp or port forwarding?

Do you have static ip or will be using dyndns?

If you can create a bridge that will pass trough the traffic or install a router

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58 minutes ago, N3tw0rk1ng said:

Can you elaborate on the devices please.

What is your IOT device? does it have multiple ports?

Does the devices support upnp or port forwarding?

Do you have static ip or will be using dyndns?

If you can create a bridge that will pass trough the traffic or install a router

I ended up creating a forwarding server.

My IOT device is part of a project using an ESP8266, and has an LTE to WiFi hotspot to connect to. So there is no way to obtain in static IP, and definitely no way to get through all the NAT's from the isp.

CPU: i7 5930K OC'd 4.5Ghz

Motherboard: Asus X99 Sabertooth

RAM: 64G Corsair Dominator Platinum

GPU: EVGA GTX980Ti Hybrid

Case: NZXT H440 Razer Edition

Boot: Intel 750 480GB 

Storage: Micron M7 256GB+Seagate 3TB in acceleration mode

Backup: WD Blue 1T incremental for boot drive

PSU: Corsair AX860i

Display: Dell 2312HM

Cooling: H110i GTX

Keyboard: Topre Realforce

Mouse: Logitech G700s/G502s

OS:Win 10

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