I need some quick help on a simple project for someone experienced.
Target 1 = Ubiquiti Unifi Security Gateway Pro 4
Target 2 = Vultr VPS running Ubuntu hosting CCTV server running also OpenVPN
We need a site-to-site VPN connection so the local cameras can be discovered by the cloud server.
If there is a better way to do this, let us know.
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Good day, I have a good solution for you and it will work well using OpenVPN. Your cameras will connect to the cloud server. I am ready to start immediately. Sincerely
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Hello Team, I am a Seasoned IT professional with 12 plus years of experience in networks and security. Please, may I request a quick chat session to further understand your requirements?
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Good day! I can setup OpenVPN between Vultr VPS and Ubiquiti Unifi Security Gateway for You qualitatively, because I am certified network engineer MTCTCE/MTCNA having over 10 years of experience in configuring, mainta Daha Fazla
Hello! My name is Alexander. I'm certified network and security engineer with more than 10 years experience in design, deploy and maintain lan/wan, vpn networks and security infrastructures. I can help you with your p Daha Fazla
Native English speaking Linux/Unix admin with over 20 years of professional, on-site experience. I know the following distros: - Debian - Ubuntu - RHEL - CentOS - Fedora - Busybox - Solaris - KaiOS (my own di Daha Fazla
Hello there It would be much better if you use ipsec because ipsec is most reliable Thanks
Not very knowledgeable but i get the gist on setting up vpn as i have recently setup a l2tp/ipsec using softether. If you dont mind someone going to do this on trial and error, im up for the challenge