bibek wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:54 am
I am doing a project on IoT based video surveillance
. For this I have to make my website
running on pi accessible through internet.
Usually for this we need static public IP Address but ISP do not provide it. I found about tunneling services. But can I do with cellular dongles. What would be the most suitable method.
No Raspberry Pi specific content here. Everything would be generically the same no matter what hardware/operating system platform you use for your website.
The most suitable solution would be to move your business to an ISP who can provide the services you need. A cellular service is unlikely to meet your needs - check what you are being offered because it is widely thought that most mobile network providers do not permit inbound connections.
If you want to try to work around the issues you could -
Subscribe to a Dynamic DNS service that keeps track of your current non-static IP address;
Use a 'reverse connection' service such as Dataplicity.