Remote login to IoT Gateway
If an IoT Gateway is deployed in the industrial plant and if some application crashes in Gateway or some need of login to the gateway.
In that case, Azure IoT edge should allow users to remotely log in to the IoT gateway using ssh/telnet. This will very easy to monitor the status and debugging/maintenance.
Antonio Sergio Azevedo commented
It is now possible to use Edge proxy as an IoT Edge module that enables end-to-end connectivity to your Edge device using device streams.
See the following repo to set up edge proxy for trial purposes:
Suneet Nangia commented
I've had a same requirement so I created a solution/module to host device streams virtually. It allows SSH, SCP and RDP... more on this here https://github.com/suneetnangia/IoTEdgeAccess
Remote login solution :
This will be integrated with Azure IoT edge as a docker instance?
Hubert Sugeng commented
Ideally, the communication channel for establishing this tunnel is edge initiated, and a confirmed working communication channel. i.e. If IoT Edge connects to IoT Hub via AMQP/MQTT/Websocket then this remote access is done via the same means.