I have a remote setup at a location that is about 3 hours drive away on a mountain peak. The setup looks as follows:
Huawei B315 LTE router -----ethernet----- Laird RG186 | +--------- Laird RG186 | +--------- Raspberry Pi (Resin.io)
Both the Huawei B315 and the Laird RG186 can only be configured via a web browser, not via telnet or SSH.
I am looking for a resin.io setup I can run on the Raspberry Pi that will allow me to access the other devices over an HTTP/HTTPS connection. I guess this would be possible using the resin.io SSH terminal and a CLI web browser. It would however be much nicer if I can get a full GUI web browser connected to the other devices.
Is there any way to do a port forward (SSH -D socks proxy), or some VNC setup on the Raspberry Pi? I know this is possible without resin.io and doing port forwarding on the LTE router - but I would like to have the stability of resin.io and without touching the LTE router’s current configuration.