Scouser Posted August 25, 2020 Share Posted August 25, 2020 Ok. So I have turned on remote router access to my own ISP-provided router at home (NowTV/sky router), where I have 2 laptops connected by WiFi, with a desktop on the ethernet. I have removed the firewall and lowered protection so I can have easier access. I have also turned on some services, namely FTP, IMAP, POP3, SSH, HTTP and some others - as advised by someone....not sure exactly why... What I now want to do is 'experiment' with what I can do from another location with remote access. For example - if I wanted to see the file systems on any pc/laptop - how would I go about it? Do I need to do an exploit or can I use SSH? How do I go about using FTP etc? These are just a couple of queations of many I can think, but it's somewhere to start. I'm still slightly confused about using the router and DCHP...I understand that the devices attached are given an internal IP (192.168.0.**) but I'm not sure how use access these IP's correctly from outside the LAN. How do I 'login' so to speak from a remote PC to my router and pivot to the desktop (if that's the right terminology)? As you can tell I'm quite new to this. So you know, I'm using Mint as my OS after ditching Windows, and also have Kali installed on a VM. I don't want step-by-step solutions - I fully understand the key to learning is to actually do things for myself, I just need a liitle guidance on where to go from now and what to do next (SSH, FTP etc). Can anyone help point me in the right direction? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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