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Exposing an internal IP to the internet on GCP

The most straightforward way to achieve this is to connect your workstation's network to your VPC using Cloud VPN. You can read more about Cloud VPN and its various configuration options at https://...
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Access Apache VirtualHost from localhost

you might want to look into this post from me to see if it is relevant reaching an apache reverse proxy virtualhost from localhost behind a NAT
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IP forwarding with IPTables for lvs nat mode

This is a routing problem. iptables doesn't route, but routing can be affected by the addresses that it can change and that's why iptables is often mistakenly assumed to do routing. Because of this ...
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VPN overlapping with network that provides access to internet

Implement IPv6 and solve overlapping address space problems forever. When the internet access via A is over its own unique IPv6 prefix, for example 2001:db8:45b2::/48, it no longer conflicts. IPv4 ...
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Properly configuring iptables for two layers of port forwarding: external server connected to local server via VPN

Finally figured it out. Most of the port forwarding guides online had a POSTROUTING rule that doesn't work for OpenVPN (or for my situation). Instead of allowing local IPs as the source with a ...
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