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Please do make question bit more clear. NAT is just network addresss translation. If you have public IP available at your router side (not ISP, in your WAN) then you can enable UPNP or add forward rules with a static ip host.
If you have IPv6, its always open.
Nice answer, Arvind Roshin please, elaborate on the question perfectly.


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