You're talking about doing it properly. No one does it properly. That costs money and time!
As long as it's just VPN and there's some form of anti-brute force I guess.
Question; are you really sure you want to do this (expose your NAS to the internet)?
Personally i'd never consider this; VPN all the way.
I've been looking into this recently so I can expand my freenas capacity. The 9201/9211 is good but I'm springing for a 9207 as it supports PCI3....
This is exactly what I have done and am doing this year; cheaper and better in NZ.
Palo Alto FTW
Tech funds. I rest my case.
Recovery mode. Do it.
Also don't put beta in production.
WVD on Azure stack would be kinda neat.
Reflash it with non beta firmware??
OP could always order this :p
Might not enjoy the pricing...
While it is kinda crappy when it comes to access/support/chances of the other tenant screwing things up, you can easily order up to 4 data...
Rapid prototyping ftw!
I think the OP lives with his parents and having a separate wifi box gives him something to play with.
Because of where you live and the infrastructure in the ground, your choices are somewhat limited. There are plenty of unlimited ADSL plans these...
This is the general policy of all ISPs, both from an ARPU and legal perspective.
You must be a blast at parties. "do you think the snags need a little longer koopz?" "sure, have I told you about how much of a mess the NBN is?"
Use the ISP-supplied modem/router/everything in one for voice and routing, turn off wifi and use one of your miscellaneous asus or TPlink things...
With a database that small, sounds like a SQL/Application issue rather than hardware.