Got a bit of a unique situation… Or at least I think I do.
I got a Unifi network that has a server (security cameras) on it. We need remote access to the cameras, but… Our ISP is a WISP that does not issue public IPs and can’t route the needed ports to our network.
I know the “easy” way would be to setup a clients vpn so we just tunnel into the network and view the cameras “locally”, but this isn’t a viable option… In part because we still have the routing issue.
My thiught was to have a computer “in the cloud” that we connect our USG to via a vpn tunnel. I guess you could say that my vision is that this cloud hosted VPN would allow us to tunnel thru our ISP and give us a public (and static) IP to use for accessing the cameras system.
That all said… I’m having trouble wrapping my head around the actual process to setup the vpn needed. I see tutorials for setting up Openvpn, but I dont think this will work for Unifi and I’m not sure that a “site to site” vpn is the term I’m looking for either as it’s just a cloud hosted server on the other end… Not a Unifi system.
Help is appreciated!