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Is it possible to vpn into one machine and then vpn to another. Basically i want to be able to do something like

[Me]-----[Node1]-----[Node2]

where normally it would be:

[Me]-----[Node2]

So, i want Node2 to think i am Node1. Is this possible? Is there a way to do this? Reason being is i want to get from my computer to Node2, where Node2 has ip address filtering. Is there a way to do this at all, even if it's not vpn from [Me] to [Node1]. Hope that makes sense.

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VPNCeption :-). Sure, why not. What technology are you using? Cisco Ipsec/PPTP? –  Bart De Vos Sep 28 '11 at 7:27
    
@TiZon yea it's ipsec. Never heard of VPNCeption though. –  Matt Sep 28 '11 at 19:20

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I believe the only way to do this is with VPN split tunneling or site to site VPN hardware. Otherwise the virtual adapter will lock out an attempt for more than one NIC in node1.

You could also probably use node1 as a virtual host and RDP to a guest then tunnel to node2 with a soft client from the guest. It would be pretty amazing if you got it to work.

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I'm using VirtualBox to do as such, The Virtual Box guest OS is Windows 7, My main OS is using Win 7 too. What I did is, 1st I connect to my A VPN. Then I fire Up my VirtualBox to use the A VPN, after the guest OS load, the I fire Up the 2nd VPN. So I'm using the 2nd VPN through the guest OS. So I don't need to think about anything else than that. Basically I'm tunneling myself inside a tunnel. ;-)

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It's probably possible... in theory. Each VPN connection is an independent connection. When you VPN to Node 1 you're the client to Node 1. When Node 1 VPN's to Node 2 then Node 1 is the client to Node 2.

How this would work in a practical sense is another matter.

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