I’m hoping to get some information and guidance from the gl-inet expert community regarding working remotely without arousing suspicion from my company.
Suppose I work for a company in Country 1 and want to work remotely in Country 2. If permission is not an option, how can this be achieved?
Here are a few ideas that I’ve come up with, please let me know what you think:
- Setup a TCP OpenVPN Server in Country 1 using a Brume 2 device.
- Setup an OpenVPN Client in Country 2 using a Brume 2 device.
- Use DDNS to avoid IP change issues.
- Only enable IP4 on both devices.
- Enable Encrypted DNS with Cloudflare DNS on both devices.
- Disable Wifi and Bluetooth on work computer in Country 2.
- Only connect to Brume 2 in Country 2 via ethernet cable.
Are there any other settings or configuration that you would recommend?
From my understanding, my computer in Country 2 would appear to be using my IP from Country 1, and my company could detect that I’m using a VPN.
Assuming that using a VPN is not an issue, could there be any other indication in the network traffic to identify my physical location in Country 2? For example, IP leaks, DNS leaks, bugs or issues with Brume 2 device firmware, etc.