Ever wanted to deploy a Raspberry Pi “in the field” and still be able to access it?
Here is an easy way to enable remote SSH access to your Raspberry Pi 2 (and other models, too). While there are solutions involving a VPN or configuring port forwarding at a local firewall, those are often hard to manage for non-experts.
A new generation of relay services including My-Devices.net, Pagekite.net and Yaler.net tries to fix this. Here we use the Yaler relay service (disclosure: I’m a founder) to provide SSH access from anywhere to the Raspberry Pi 2.
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