The Max BR1 is certainly capable of getting around most ISP firewalls when you are within there private IP address range, we have done it here in Australia previously using the router SpeedFusion setup from within InControl2 (one of the routers used was triple NATed with no port forwarding or firewall rules being amended) and still worked with the VPN).
Have you considered having the MAX BR1s using the PepVPN/SpeedFusion to give you a private international roaming VPN to access the deices and those clients on the devices network?
Through InControl2 there is excellent management available of Peplink products currently via your web browser, you also can setup and monitor the VPNs here using SpeedFusion.
If you need some assistance in setting up the PepVPN or SpeedFusion, there are many suitable experts within the Peplink Community, you can ask Peplink though the Support page to put you in touch with your local expert to help.
On the tests that are currently been conducted on the new Peplink InControl2 App (in development), you can:
- navigate between organisations you are approved to access
- navigate between organisational groups you are approved to access
- See total devices in a organisation/group and quanty online/offline
- See the total number of clients connected within an organisation/group
- Within the group see the group event log
- Within the device you can:
see the status,
access the device log,
details on the clients connected,
enable remote assistance,
turn on/off the device WLAN,
reboot the device
More features will follow, though it important that these are carefully tested before releasing, Peplink are cautious with release so to protect existing systems and service while enhancing those existing systems serves as best possible.
Happy to Help,