How to get Public IP with open NAT in less than $2. Access your servers, devices behind ISP’s Private IP

You just bought a home security system and want to stream your security cameras over the internet but turns out your ISP is assigning you a private IP with blocked NAT (Network Address Translation). You contact your ISP and they tell you to buy a static IP. Okay, that’s an easy solution but it is not convenient for everyone as static IP costs way more in some countries and most ISP’s don’t offer one; especially mobile broadband providers don’t have static Public IP to offer. Here’s what you can do if you have a public static IP with open NAT. Get...