Keep in mind that you may run into issues with geolocation. The OVH IP will have a geolocation of Canada and that could cause issues if you are trying to use anything that is geolocked to US IP addresses.
I am not too worried about the health of the IP’s as I’m not really using this as an VPN, more just a method of getting statically assigned IP’s on my home network. I also wouldn’t be using this on my entire home network, Just on the server’s private network so they can get their own statically assigned IP(s).
I’m not completely sure if it will work as I am hoping but ill give it a shot, Learning as I go =D.
I’ve done something similar before with OpenVPN on a DDoS-protected VPS that my machine at home connected to, then I had Nginx in front to reverse proxy traffic through the OpenVPN internal IP and back to my local machine.
Not quite what I think you want to do, but can be useful for running personal self hosted software and stuff.
This works as well, as long as your ISP doesn’t prohibit running servers and closely monitor/straight up block inbound standard ports (80/443/etc)
Yeah, Dynamic DNS right? Ive used it before, Im more looking at ways to get more IP’s on my home network. I have multiple servers sitting in my basement waiting to be using but I would like to get IP’s assigned to them to make it easier to manage.