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I have a PC behind NAT. I want to host a web server on it which is accessible from the internet. I cannot open any blocked ports nor do i have admin rights on the computer. But it has a teamviewer client running on it 24*7 to which i do have access(no vpn installed). I can accesss this client from anywhere using teamviewer. I want to know if somehow i can use teamviewer to get a ip/hostname that is accessible from the internet and host a webserver.

Also is it possible to get an ip if i get admin access but without opening ports.

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closed as off topic by MDMarra, Khaled, EEAA, Dave M, Chris S Sep 17 '12 at 14:35

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We're not here to help you circumvent network policy. This is a site for professionals. – MDMarra Sep 17 '12 at 13:48

No, that's not possible. Further, you're asking us to help you violate network policy, like the policies we implement... That's like trying to buy marijuana from a uniformed police officer.

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