I have an security cam with a built-in webpage inside my home network. That camera is using basic HTTP authentication instead of SSL. I want to be able to access the camera's webpage from outside my network, but I don't want to open an unencrypted video stream to the outside world.
Right now, I'm doing some cumbersome ssh tunneling where I bounce off an ssh server like:
ssh -N -L 9090:CAMERA_IP:80 firstname.lastname@example.org
and then I connect to my web page like:
But this is a pain.
Now, gentle reader, I beseech you to tell me how I can use linux (Ubuntu) to get a fully encrypted SSL connection to my internal web page without the hassle of creating an ssh tunnel each time.
I believe I can use stunnel, but I'm not sure of the command.