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Set up access to home files and tunnel traffic remotely

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#1 LeoBloom


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Posted 15 January 2018 - 06:36 PM

Hi all,

Looking for a way to achieve 2 things, essentially remote into my home network from outside (e.g., public cafe) and have access to all my home network shares + tunnel all my traffic through the home network

I currently have an ISP-provided router at home (that I cannot flash custom firmware onto) and a Windows 10 Desktop computer

What is your recommended way of achieving something like this with good network security and relatively easy setup?


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Posted 16 January 2018 - 02:22 AM

A secure shell server (SSH) where all traffic to and from, is encrypted would be one option (more secure than FTP).


This can be achieved now in Win10, have a read here!

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