Re: How to tell IP address of remote machine?

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Timothy Murphy wrote:
> But I normally use openvpn, which works perfectly.
> I've had a couple of occasions when openvpn has failed -
> as it happened, one time was due to a storm in Italy
> when the internet connection went down -
> but what I have found is quite nice in the past
> is that if openvpn fails I can ssh in, if I know the IP address,
> and try to work out what is wrong with openvpn.
Using dynamic DNS, you can ssh using the host name instead of the IP
address. I have used it both for ssh and openvpn connections to this
machine. (I just have to remember to open the firewall before I head


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