remote access/port forwarding

This is more of a general networking question, but I am not familiar with port forwarding, and I would like to get to a point where I can remotely access ratos without having a computer on the same network (printer is in a warehouse, and I can access ratos remotely) I have gotten around this by putting a computer at the warehouse, but ideally I would like to be able to get rid of the computer and do everything remotely. Is this possible by port forwarding the IP address the raspberry pi is connected to, and connecting to moonraker using a public ip/port?
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miklschmidt3mo ago
Yes, but you'd have to disable all security and that makes the risk of someone burning down your house astronomically higher than zero. Please don't open up access to your local network to the outside world. Use a local VPN setup.
ItsJesus3mo ago
Will do.