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This sounds like you are looking for a VPN but want TLS to provide the security (instead of e.g. IPSec). If platform compatibility is not your concern, then Microsoft has developed a Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol which uses such an SSL-VPN scheme. If the "some kind of devices" you are talking about are also Windows-based, then you might not even need ...


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Using ssh instead of https will probably cause some maintenance headaches. There could be a firewall between your devices and the server (say at the APN exit or at your company's entrance) that will block ssh access. Even if there isn't, allowing ssh access to the server means, well, allowing ssh access to the server with all the risk that opening up shell ...


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The "normal" way to use remote X11 is to have the X11 server run not on your server, but on the machine which is physically in front of the user. Then use ssh to do X11 forwarding, so that the application on your server talks to the X11 server that runs on the client machine. (Yes, the terminology is a bit confusing. "Your server" is the machine you are ...



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