Is it possible to route all outgoing traffic through an external server? I can setup a WireGuard or OpenVPN server at home if needed.
Due to the pandemic I’m working remote, and our company decided to make office work voluntary.
After Covid, I want to move around a bit and travel light. I only need decent wifi/4G to do my (webdev) job so why not right?
Anyway, JetBrains recently announced Projector, allowing me to host my IDE on a server and use a thin client. They provide a Docker image to run it.
I’ve been meaning to use Fly for a while now. And seeing how Projector is nothing but a Docker image I Immediately thought, “Ooh, this sounds Fly”.
And sure enough! It took almost no work to get started with Projector. Added a Volume to it and I’m ready to travel!
Our git instance and development servers are only accessible from home ( ip is whitelisted ).
Some of our clients are in broadcasting ( tv ) and most content is geo-blocked, that’s another reason I want to make it look like my connections are coming from home. I already have an OpenVPN server running at home, so I was hoping I could tunnel all my outgoing traffic through my home network.
However I’m a complete noob when it comes to Docker networking. Is what I want to do possible?