"since I cannot assign an external port to each device in the router table and add the port number at the end of my domain name (not possible of course)"
Sorry but why is that not possible? It may be a lot of work but it is definitely possible.
Also, why does this need to be a web page? Why not an app?
Final question (I promise). Are you a programmer?
Here is the situation. I have a few servers and resources on my local network. A Web server,a game server, a ventrilo server, a few ip cameras with web interface, an IR to IP bridge (web interface),a VPN, a few routers throughout the house, etc. I've been wondering how to get access to those devices from the web, in particular to be able to access the web interface of those devices. VPN access is excluded,I want to do it from a browser.
Right now my setup is pretty simple: I have a domain name,and my router is set to forward a :80 request to my web server.Same for the VPN and game serves,at their respective ports.However, I need to be able to access the other web interface,and since I cannot assign an external port to each device in the router table and add the port number at the end of my domain name (not possible of course), I need to find a way to access these other web interfaces.I was thinking of setting a webpage on the web server which lists all resources and their links,but I am not sure if it is possible.
For example,I create an admin page on my server asking for a login.Once logged in,a webpage appears displaying IPCam1 for example.Clicking on this link would forward to the local ressource,in this case 192.168.x.x:99 (the address of the cam web server)however,I do not know HTML and I am not even sure it is possible.
Any thoughts ? Thanks !