03-09-2016 06:53 AM - edited 03-09-2016 06:53 AM
This question might be a bit complex.
I have a few remote sites that use Remote APs and each site has a LTE modem. These modems can be managed from the LAN interface on 192.168.1.x however since the Remote AP connected to these modems is creating a tunnel back, the AP doesn't have access to the admin interface of the modem. Also, my service provider is using private IP on the WAN side so I can't access the modems that way either.
Behind the Remote AP I have a raspberry pi that I can access via SSH as it has an IP on my network extended out to it over the tunnel, so here is what I was thinking I could do:
- SSH to the remote raspberry pi and setup a port forward
- Use that SSH tunnel to access the admin interface of the LTE modem
My issue here is I'm just not sure how to write a ACL to allow me to do this... is it even possible?
03-09-2016 07:51 AM
If the network your raspberry Pi is connected to (wired or wireless) has split tunneling enabled and you can reach the Pi from your infrastructure, you can then try to SSH into your Pi and then do something from there.
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