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Is there any way I can push a service to internet via something like p2p? My current internet is in a ip pool thus I cannot open a port to world.

Also I'm searching through internet too. Keep lmgtfy away now.

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    @frogstair *slow claps* you haven't read that I'm in a IP pool, right. Normal things doesn't work.
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    @melezorus34
    I host a dumb service that reads from a file for location advertising. There's a script on my pfsense that will periodically update that file using the AWS CLI.
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    @SortOfTested that's cool, but what I'm trying to achieve was actually have a local minecraft server. I'll note that trick anyways 😋
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    @melezorus34 DigitalOcean droplets 🙃. Cheap and easy.
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    What do you mean by cannot open a port?

    Are you on a private ip range sharing a public one?

    In that case, the only way is to use some kind of tunneled proxy where you connect to a server that in turn is the public address and port.

    I am sure such service exists but have no example right now.

    If you do have a public ip, just not the same every time, you could use dynamic dns so that every time you get a new ip the dns gets updated and clients can connect through the name, I used to use such a service for our first minecraft server.
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    @Voxera sadly pool is exactly what you just said. I may need to buy a static ip but I want to know if my new ISP's service is reliable first.
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    Does ngrok work? If so, you could use it to tunnel the traffic to the web using it.
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    @dsteiner it's working like black magic! Thank you so much man, after setting region it's very usable (130ms~ eu)

    If anyone wanna join it tomorrow, dm me on discord Peasant#9215
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