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Well you should be able to just stick the Linux machine behind the router and then forward all the necessary requests from the router to the linux machine. Or you can put the Linux box outside the router and make it a firewall. There are a lot of ways of doing this.
What are you using the Linux machine for exactly? You said remote access so are you just going to use it for ssh and tomcat?
One of my associates has designed a software product that resides on linux and runs on the tomcat server. They don't speak very much english so the task of making this linux system available to them is mine. Once they can access it, they can make any and all necessary changes.