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Can I use USA IP without VPN or Proxy? I'm overseas now and I need to use my back home IP, but i don't wanna use any VPN or Proxy stuffs? Anyone got an idea about how to link my IP from back home to my computer here? I know this is a stupid question but I just want to know how I can use a USA IP from another country without VPN or other proxy stuffs. Helps! Thanks in advance.`

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Why can;t you use VPN? You;re pretty much going to need to. – hexafraction Dec 9 '12 at 5:04

No. You could only use your home IP if you had setup a proxy or VPN on your home PC, other than that a public VPN/Proxy will let you use A US IP.

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Out of interest, why do you need to use your home IP? It might be easier to get around that. – Neojames Dec 8 '12 at 22:52

If you had set up your home computer as a server, you could've tunneled through it to get your home IP. Example link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/PortForwarding

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Perhaps this is not the answer you're looking for, but if you still have on your home in the U.S. a computer turned on and connected to the Internet, you could use software such as TeamViewer or RDP to connect from your current location to the computer in the U.S.

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