How to access the Raspberry Pi (Debian) through the Internet?

Good afternoon, at home in local network has a Raspberry Pi, it is Debian, you need to make sure that I had full access to the Raspberri Pi from your local network, only via the Internet. Ip there is no white, gray or any other.

As I understand it you need to create a VPN to VPN to connect the Raspberry and the laptop, and then they will be on the same network.

Tried using remot3.it turns out ssh, but still need the ftp access, web. And there is something crooked.

Tell me.
June 3rd 19 at 19:15
3 answers
June 3rd 19 at 19:17
all ports on the router with the external IP addresses on internal probatively and all.
Unless of course you have the real SP is.
But if the real no then Yes then you the vpn server need somewhere to raise (on vps for example) and local network new.
June 3rd 19 at 19:19
If white IP no, you can use DynDNS, No-Ip, and the like. Look in the router, they have built-in support for such services.
June 3rd 19 at 19:21
Managed connected white ip from your ISP, forwarding ports on a router. But of course I want through the VPN, as I understand it, one of the simplest options to put openVPN on the VPS and connect to it.
With VPN I understand to be safer, because with white ip raspberry available all from the outside, can hack and something to do :)

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