TCP/IP on the Internet

I managed to establish a TCP/IP connection in client/server application between two machines on the same subnet, thanks especially to Mark Yedinak here on the forum.

However, I would like my request to be able to establish a TCP/IP connection via internet and so remove the limitation of having to have two machines on the same subnet.

I don't know what IP address in order to provide to the customer in order to establish the connection with the server.

To summarize: Machine A, server, network 1

Machine B, Client, network 2

Can I establish a connection TCP/IP between Machine A and B of the Machine and if so, how?

# 2, I meant the strategy of

--> Put in place the port forwarding on the router to forward all TCP ports. External clients would then use the external IP address of the router to communicate with the server.

In fact, I would be created only one port on the router to forward the port to the server.  I assume that you have a specific incoming port on the server that you want to expose to the outside world.  In this case, you need to set up the "port forwarding" on the router to take an incoming port (like port 20100 and forward it to the appropriate port on the server).  The customer must then be configured to connect on port 20100 with the address of the router (not the internal address 10.XX.XX.Xx)

This isn't code for labview example.  I assume you have a server of TCP client running as said.  But this is a no - LV, router configuration topic.

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