So I have a Cloudron VM running (private server @home) on a proxmox server. All running well no issues. I have emby running for all the pictures and videos. I have some security camera's running which can be connected with emby with the RTSP protocol.
The camera's are running in a seperate (with no internet access) VLAN. I want to give the cloudron instance direct access to this VLAN so emby can serve the direct video feed to users.
What would be the best way to go about it? I can manually change docker parts, but that does not feel like a good idea. I don't want to interfere with cloudron. I rather have no feed than a broken VM.
Simply adding the camera's to the LAN is not an option. I want to keep them separated from the internet connection.
@dkdkdkk How would you do this with a normal VM setup (without Cloudron) ? Is this using ip route or some firewall commands ? Would be good to understand what parts of docker you have to change usually for this.
Also, is the idea that one can add a camera into emby (somewhere in the UI)? Does camera connect to emby or does emby connect to camera? If emby connects to camera, this should work already with no changes, I would think.
@dkdkdkk what I do in similar cases is quite simple : allow routing between the 2 VLANs on the router.
So, your Cloudron and the camera would be able to talk to each other directly. And you can still only allow the first VLAN to route to the internet. That's what I'm doing for my "smart home" stuff. This should check all your boxes