I have vpn set up in two different countries A (primary, where I live) and B (secondary, which I visit once or twice a year) and would like to SSH to my devices across the vpn.
- adsl2 modem in bridge mode > Dedicated Pfsense box (acting as dhcp server and firewall and has openvpn configured from purevpn)
- ASUS Wireless router in AP mode
- Gigabit switch
- rest of the network which consists of various devices including a Pi running Tor relay and a wireless camera.
- Adsl 2 modem not in bridge mode
- Linksys e1200 AP (flashed with dd-wrt and configured with openvpn using my purevpn account)
- Pi running tor relay and IP cam connected via wifi. I Also have a wireless range extender just in case.
What I already know:
My VPN provider needs to give me a dedicated IP which I will get shortly before I travel to country B in a month.
What I'm confused about:
Will I need to forward relevant ports on firewalls on both sides for each client/machine individually?
What I need to know:
- Is this set up possible? I SSH into my clients regularly over LAN but it would be sweet if I could check out how my relays and cameras are doing from another country.
2.The setup in country A is working and tested but I won't be visiting country B till next month. Am I using the right configurations for Country B with respect to hardware and general setup? I can't test it untill I get there and I won't be able to buy additional parts when I am there.
P.S More info: I have static WAN IPs provided by the ISP in both countries.