Here is my scenario:
I have a server (with CentOS on it) configured so that it will maintain the users from a LAN with some common requirements. That server will be deployed in different countries on the globe. That server has installed on it a web application that can be accessed by the users inside that LAN.
I need to have direct access to that server, no matter where it is placed. When I say remote access I mean via web (to its web application) and via SSH. For now, I have a server with a static IP in my office. If web access would be too complicate to obtain, it's ok to have only SSH access.
Can you point me where I would need to look for solving that problem. If you can help me with a blueprint (in words, not in image), would be much appreciated.
Note 1: I won't have a static IP for the remote server. I only have a static IP for ther server located in my office.
Note 2: I'm somehow new to stuff like this (remote access through the Internet). So I need only an idea about what I'll need to implement. For details I'll put questions more precisely if I'll need.
Conclusion: what I need, is only a kind of a blueprint in words for the solution to my scenario. (images aren't blamed)