Previously in this blog we wrote about myths of NAT traversal techniques. We said that “hole-punching” in itself does not guarantee a direct connection in all possible cases. If you want to access a remote PC over the Internet in today’s IPv4- and NAT-ruled world, you will inevitably have to use some kind of intermediary server to connect. In Remote Utilities this feature is called Internet ID and it has already saved our users tons of time and frustration because it allows them to bypass firewalls and routers easily.

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