I have an esp32-cam and I want it to stream live video through the node-red dashboard, I have node-red installed on an AWS instance, I want the video to be seen from any network not just my local network
Not really my area of expertise, but I edited your title so that it may catch the attention of those that could help
Could you expose more details of your application?
But, if you want to show esp information to anyone
I recommend using an iot platform to show your esp32 information, there are several platforms such as thingsboard (https://thingsboard.io/). Because the platform already has several levels of security. You could send the video information over a protocol like MQTT or HTTP.
If you want to do a test, you can make your node-red instance public by editing the ec2 security groups and allowing anyone to access port 1880 (the port where your node-red is running), that way everyone will see your dashboard.
Again, I do not recommend doing this because it will be publicly exposed to the entire internet, even if it is for testing, enable minimum node-red security, such as a password on the backend side and a password on the dashboard.
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