I hope this is a good place for this question, and I believe it differs slightly from other similar questions:
I work in the US and have no control over the router/modem combo at my office/"hotel".
My house is in Canada, and this is where my Hubitat lives. This router/modem combo I "DO" have control over, but it's garbage, and has no VPN capabilities. It cannot be replaced either.
When I have downtime at work, I'd like to program the my Hubitat hub, but since nothing in the chain can do VPN, I'm kindof hooped with the easy solution of simply enabling it on my home router.
I know I could use piVPN, but I have not much faith in the reliability of that. I do have an rPI somewhere, but it's a 2b? I'd be curious if the hardware is capable.
Does anyone have a recommendation of a legit piece of VPN hardware for the budget minded? Something I can forward the various ports to via my router, then I can access using OpenVPN installed on my laptop or something. I saw the GL.iNet devices, and they seem pretty slick, cost less than an rPI, but haven't seen anyone on here mention them despite the fact they seem perfect. They even do S2S, if I wanted to eliminate the software component.