I have two Pi’s (one P2 and one P3) each running OctoPi, each connected to a different printer and connected to the wifi Network. I can access them both locally using either their local IP’s or their unique host names, but when it comes to accessing them from an external network (for which I’m using noip.com), whatever I do, I always seem to get directed to one of the two.

Is there any way to run two raspberry pi’s on the same network at the same time and access them individually from outside of the network?

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You should create two forward rules in your router from different ports. For example you can forward Port 8000 to the internal IP of OctoPi1 and Port 8001 to to the internal IP of OctoPi2.