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Then I think you're all set! However, you should read up on the private addressing though, it's one concept that is useful to know. Here is the Wikipedia page.
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Yes. But S1 must be public accessible to both C1 and C2. Note that this is the most 'official' and stable way. If you by some reason cannot afford such a server, some 'hacks' like this must be employed, and to be honest I doubt the stability of such hacks. (Also I assumed that both N1 and N2 uses private subnets and is connected to the Internet through NAT, hence your question)
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