I live in an apartment which provides the internet connection (isp: webpass). In one wall socket, I plugged in a router, which serves all my machines in the living room. In my bedroom I have another machine plugged directly into the wall.
The router's external ip is different than that of my bedroom machine's. (Hence they aren't on the same LAN) However, both the router and my bedroom machine are on the same subnet (the entire apartment complex is on the same subnet).
I host a website out of my server which is connected to the living room router, so I wish to be able to develop my site from my bedroom machine. The problem is, I cannot ssh into my server. I tried browsing to my website both using the url and the external ip of my router, no good. Pinging the router's external ip does not work either.
Is there anything I can do to circumvent this problem, or is this something that can only be changed by requesting the apartment to modify on their end.