I travel a lot, which means that often my homelab is left unattended. If something goes wrong, I obviously don't have physical access to my network. This used to be a source of anxiety for me, until I analyzed my homelab loadout and identified key points of failure. Once I had identified these key points of failure, I came up with a strategy for being able to handle them, leading to the creation of my Unattended Server Checklist.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://engineerworkshop.com/blog/the-homelab-lifeline-an-easy-guide-to-creating-a-reverse-ssh-tunnel/