I am trying to access some content on the Internet which has some stupid geographic restrictions (access limited from a specific country. Most likely the restriction is IP based. I happen to have access to a local internet connection in the country that can access the content.
I would like to know how to tunnel my connection from my current location in country A, through my Internet connection in country B and have it exit to the Internet from there. Or more simply put, how can I use the internet as if I'm in country B while I'm in country A?
Is there something we can achieve by fiddling with the routing rules? (static routes, gateway, ...)
A few remarks:
I know how to implement this kind of solution with a VPN server behind the router. But I would like to find a solution which relies only on the router in country B (no computer/server there).
Also, privacy is not an issue (data goes out to the Internet from point B anyways), thus the exchange between point A and B should NOT be encrypted
Finally, to avoid any remarks, let's assume that bandwidth is NOT an issue