I love this site. By incorporating many past hints, I've developed a simplistic "poor man's" way of getting remote access to a Mac that is behind a router on a dynamic DSL account. Let's say you want to have remote access to your Mac - secure telnet and FTP access for example. If you are like me, you have the following problems:
- My DSL connection has a dynamic IP address
- My Mac is connected to a router, which gives me a local IP address.
- I'm too cheap to buy a domain-name or register for a Dynamic DNS service.