I have been using Backtrack 5 to create backdoor executable files using the reverse tcp payload.
I realized that this is only effective to slaves located in my LAN when using LHOST to my internal IP.
I tried switching to my IPv6 to try and make this affect targets outside of my LAN, but no luck.
It gives me a error and sets the PAYLOAD listener to 000.000.0.00 or similar.

My question to some of you that are more experienced with this is:

Is there a way to make a backdoor that works outside of LAN areas.
I have been looking into RAT's lately as well.

This is for penetration testing on my end, not black hat hacking.

Any help would be awesome!
Thanks in advance,
-CyferSkyd