Please tell me whether it is possible to organize a direct connection to a PC, provided that the trace looks something like this:
1.My router
2.My provider
3.Then about the ip address(I think this is international, since the remote machine is in another country)
4.Then the ip provider of the remote machine(95.59.172.34.static.telecom.kz)

that is, it doesn’t reach the router, it turns out that the provider itself does not allow remote connection?

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Perhaps I didn’t understand it of course, but as an option, install the DDNS client on a remote machine.For example, there is a free service hldns.ru.And knock on a domain name already
  • I myself don’t really understand :) I installed DDNS from noip.com and even installed their application on the remote machine, in my profile on noip.com I see that the IP address changes to the one that the remote machine provider gives it to the router, that is, the connection between I’ve set up a remote router and DDNS, but I can’t trash no access ping :( Perhaps this is somehow connected specifically with the provider of the remote machine... – Thoughtful Toucan Sep 13 '19 at 20:42
  • [[JAJA904]],
    Perhaps I didn’t understand of course,
    It is so!
    – Blissful Crystal Sep 13 '19 at 21:56
It’s not clear what kind of problem you have.

If you need a direct connectionto a PC for some specific software, then even with a gray ip you can raise a VPN and you’ll unite computers into a local network.

If you need remote access to your PC to do something there, i.e.manage it, or display a screen(him or him), then a concept such as remote desktop comes to the rescue.The leader in this direction is TeamViewer, quite simple and ingenious.
  • Honestly, I’m not sure that the VPN will work, since it also needs direct access, and I can’t get it even using DDNS...

    And I used TimViver until recently, but something recently he began to chop me, you sit for about 10 minutes, after which he says that you need to wait 20 minutes before the next connection...
    – Thoughtful Toucan Sep 13 '19 at 20:45
  • VPN is possible if at least one of the computers has a white ip.
    In addition, a variant is possible when a some third computer has a white ip, a VPN rises on it, and the other two connect to it.
    – Mystery36 Sep 13 '19 at 20:47
  • [[8toni8]], more about the timber viewer, please.Have you connected to a computer with a commercial version, or some expensive licensed software, or not? If so, then it’s likely that you’ve gotten involved with money, and you are now suspected of commercial use, so they put the wheels in the wheel.It is treated by removing and clearing all traces from the computer, and after that change of poppy address.

    But it’s possible that you just spent too many hours and the timber viewer is a little swollen from this.I just haven’t seen any information about such limits anywhere.In any case, the general recommendation in this case is to write technical support and prove that you are not a camel .If successful, you will be whitelisted.
    – Mystery36 Sep 13 '19 at 20:55
https://www.vpn.net/(virtual network adapter, free up to 5 PCs on a network)
By default, ping from the world is closed on routers;therefore, tracing does not show the final host.If the remote PC is behind the router, you need to check that the router has a white IP and forward port 3389 on this router and then you can try to connect via RDP.
In order to organize a connection to a PC, this PC must have a white IP address.
Or the port on this PC should be forwarded from a computer with a white IP address.
Find out from the owner of the machine to which you want to connect what his address is.