I have 2 Ubuntu PCs in my local network

A main server:

inet addr:  Bcast:  Mask:

which address is public in the Internet and I can get to my website from anywhere ;)

and one another ubuntu PC, which is visible only in my local network

inet addr:  Bcast:  Mask:

is it possible that this ubuntu PC will be visible using my Internet opened ubuntu server For example that I redirect some sub-domain access to this PC


IP address is registered to the University of Southern California (reported by command whois You will need to talk to the university network administrators and ask them whether they will allow you to run servers on any of these addresses.

I tried accessing that IP address from here but nothing happened. I am not sure whether you can get to your site from anywhere in the world.

If you were hoping to use as some kind of a router that can forward packets to you are out of luck - this is not going to happen. Routing and firewalls are handled by your network admins.

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