Really pulling my hair out here, not even sure what to google anymore…
So I’m running proxmox on my first rackmount server, and I have a empty VPS from linode.
How would I forward the ProxMox server to .com/proxmox/ respectively?
I’m also behind a firewall do to the way the internet is set up at my apartment which unnecessarily complicates things. I’m fine with opening up my management port to the internet, or at the very least a VPN. Nothing mission critical here. Mainly so I can have friends access it and so I can also use it at work. NoVNC is also a bit touchy at times.
I’ve tried fiddling around with ipsec, openvpn, and nginx. I have the server plugged into a gigabit switchport on my (cold) cisco switch for local webaccess, and plugged into my internet using a different network and port. But how would I remote into through my site? I was thinking a vpn and apache could work!
My local IP is 10.100.100.100/24 (isn’t that cute IP?)
I was thinking a could do 10.100.100.100 -> VPN -> something .com/proxmox/
But that’s a good bit over my head, sill studying for my CCNA here. I’ve been trying to figure this out for over 3 days straight… Help would be appreciated if this even possible!
[EDIT:] Maybe I can use openVPN, dynamic DNS, and pfsense?