Hosting a server without a public IP

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SIM cards with public IP addresses are crucial when remote access is a factor in a networking solution. However, this is a paid service usually provided by an ISP and in many cases the contract terms for such SIM cards can get expensive to a level where it becomes unacceptable. Read on below to see how You can have the same benefits with Teltonika's RMS instead of paying for a public IP address.

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Summary[edit | edit source]

A customer uses Teltonika's Remote Management System (RMS) to provide remote access to the web server of a controller that is connected to to RUT900's LAN port without using a public IP address.

Customer profile[edit | edit source]

Catcatcat electronics.

Challenge[edit | edit source]

Hosting a server that is reachable from remote locations without a public IP address.

Solution[edit | edit source]

Using RMS to make server accessible remotely.

Benefits[edit | edit source]

RUT900 is a 3G router, which is particularly useful in solutions where transmitted data amounts are relatively low but reliability is still crucial. When paired with Teltonika's RMS, it becomes the perfect mediator between the user and the systems or devices that he/she manages.

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