How To: SSH into a IPv4 NAT / IPv6 based VPS

1. Find the Shared IPv4
See here for finding the shared/public IPv4.


2. Check your SSH forwarding port.
It is the last octect of your internal IP+22

E.g 192.168.42.101 would use 10122.
192.168.100.200 would use 20022.


3a. Login using the SSH forwarding port.
Open a terminal/SSH client of your choice and connect using the hostname/IP of the hypervisor we noted earlier and your custom port.

e.g. SharedIP:YourDediSSHPort


3b. Login using dedicated IPv6.
Open a terminal/SSH client of your choice and connect using your dedicated IPv6 address from an IPv6 enabled console.

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