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I am looking at new project in which we would like to create a VPN type (or secure tunnel) so that we can reach an IP Camera (Web server) behind a NAT router/firewall without configuring Port Forwarding or DDNS.
We would then need to authenticate a web-user and allow them to reach the camera by connecting to a central server (public ip address), which would relay the HTTP connection back to the camera's private IP address (or tunnel connection).
Basically this could be done by port forwarding and DDNS, however we would like not to have to worry about this setup. Especially if you have 8 cameras at the one site, you would need 8 separate ports.
I am open to the idea of having a small (embedded Linux or Windows) (or router) box at the site with the cameras, though more interested in getting this to work with only the "public" side dedicated server. Many cameras are embedded linux box itself with programs such as SSH and a small web server. So this could possibly work via ...
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