I know this topic is heavily discussed in here, and most answers seem to involve utilizing VNC for remote access for the Nano.
My issue is this: I wish to be able leave the Nano working in the field (with WiFi access), and be able to reboot it remotely from my office. I will take any suggestions on how to do this but preferably I’d like to access the terminal remotely (from different internet connections) and just run systemctl reboot or whatever I can do to reboot it. The issue with VNC is that based off what I’ve read in this forum, it needs the Nano to have a monitor connected to it to be able to remotely access the GUI. Since there will be no monitor connected, terminal access will suffice, but I am not sure on how to do this. I am pretty new to this field and technology, so apologies for my lack of experience, but I will take any recommendations on the matter.