I have a small office in a larger office building. We use a "shared" internet connection maintained by the building, behind several layers of LAN infrastructure that we do not control.
I want to expose my server to the outside world, and I'm seeking answers as to whether this is possible with the use of a 3rd party services.
I'm not sure the correct syntax/terminology to use. Are there any services that accept traffic at a public address (domain name, static IP), encapsulate and send it along to a software client installed on a system that sits behind a firewall on a private network?
I have a ton of services running on my little Mac server, and I want to expose them to the outside world but don't know how to go about it. In my dream world, I log on to a web service, configure a static IP with the ports I want, and then traffic is proxied through this service to my physical server inside my private network.