I am a beginner to networking and I have seen numerous topics on the internet on how to remotely communicate with Raspberry Pi (3) outside of local network, e.g.:
- https://www.remot3.it/web/remot3-it-is- ... eaved.html (3rd party software)
- https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/q ... forwarding
I have connected the Raspberry Pi to my local network using a WiFi, the Pi has static IP address at 192.168.0.7 (I was able to accomplish this in my router settings by matching Pi's the MAC address, for others, who's routers don't have that option this might be useful). The router gateway is at 192.168.0.1.
What I need
I need to be able to access the Pi (not remote desktop, just shell) from anywhere on in the world, using a secured connection. The problem I am facing is the router and it's firewall. I heard it can be "bypassed" with a reverse tunneling, but I am not sure how to.
Any help is appreciated.