I will soon switch to work from home office. At home I will have fast internet and a Fritz!Box DSL router. I will have a private PC and a company PC and a company network phone at home (and maybe additional work related devices). The company runs Linux server.
The private PC is connected to my other private devices etc. using a private local network and it is connected to the internet via Fritz!Box.
Now I want to transparently and permanently include my company PC and company phone into the company network. There should be no link between privat network and company network.
I think some persistent SSH tunnel or maybe a persistent VPN connection could be the way to go. I would like to avoid using software on the company PC for tunneling since I want to be able to simply plug in additional devices to the company network without having to power-on the company PC.
Is there some kind of dedicated device that I can plug into my DSL router that provides a persistent (!) and stable (!) SSH/VPN tunnel to the company network? Maybe some router that remote-extends the company network by SSH/VPN?
Reliability is most important. Of course I would like to avoid spending too much money.
(I tried to search for that in the web but all I found were routers that work as a SSH/VPN server - however I need a SSH/VPN client)