"Built-In" Server-to-Server Connectability (?) I will try to ask this question coherently. I am required to connect to a remote destination server from a fixed IP address. However, my computer is mobile and calls from various access points with differing IP addresses. So the solution I have selected is to set up an intermediary server with a fixed IP address that allows me (the client) to connect from any IP address and instruct the intermediary server to call the destination server with my username and password. I am testing this setup using telnet. For example, I transmit "telnet intermediaryserver.com 80" and I am connected to the intermediary server on port 80. The question is what do I do on the intermediary server? Is there built-in functionality on the server that allows this with commands? Does this function reside in Windows, Linux, or Apache servers?