is it posibile and how to_
I don't think your subject line and question are particularly descriptive.
Typically speaking, you will not be able to use the internet (via IPv4) without NAT, unless you have more ISP issued IPs than you do hosts on your network.
What is your goal? What is your current setup?
i have cgnat internet , no public ip for natting, my goal is from out net acces router at home
I'm still not entirely understanding -- maybe this is a language issue?
I think you're asking to be able to access your home network over the internet (for when you are away form home) -- is that correct?
You have 3 options:
- Ask your ISP if they can provide you with a public IPv4 address (they may or may not be able to do this; if they can it may involve extra costs)
- If your ISP provides IPv6, you can setup a VPN such as Wireguard on your router and then use IPv6 to connect to it.
- If you cannot get a public IPv4 address and IPv6 is not available, you can use a VPS service to setup a VPN that will act as a proxy/relay (your home router will connect to this and your remote device as well).