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I've DD-WRT router in one location with all servers (Windows 2008 R2) and workstations. In hosting I have Windows 2008 R2 Server with public IP address.

I need to setup permanent VPN connection so that I can safely access Hosting server from my client's office without needing to setup any additional vpn connections. The best bet for me was to setup perm IPSEC connection between DD-WRT and Windows in location.

Anyone did something like this before? Got any hints/steps for setting up Routing and Remote Access and DD-WRT correctly for this vpn tunnel?

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Why not OpenVPN again? It'd be a breeze making your Windows boxen connect to DD-WRT running openvpn server, just follow the HOWTO on their website. –  lkraav Jul 29 '11 at 22:43
    
I have OpenVPN installed on DD-WRT and on workstations that connect using vpn. I guess I could make Windows in hosting use that. –  MadBoy Jul 30 '11 at 15:59
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Why not OpenVPN again? It'd be a breeze making your Windows boxen connect to DD-WRT running openvpn server, just follow the HOWTO on their website.

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It works nicely :-) OpenVPN as service so starts/stop nicely. –  MadBoy Jul 31 '11 at 19:18
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