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What i basically want is to connect to a VPN, i struggled for days without success

What i Have:

Router: NetGear DGN2200v3

Server Windows: Windows Server 2012 Datacenter

Software on Server: MS SQL Server 2012 Enterprise

i want to basically connect from windows 7 built in VPN through PPTP or any other to that server computer from anywhere in the world, because i need access to Reporting Service,SQL DataBase or any other service that runs on it, the Router supports VPN via IPSEC. I have a Static IP adress assigned to me, is it possible? and if it is how do i do it? If i need i can change my router but would like to stay under 100Euro. that VPN will be using minimum of 10 people.

Edit:

as Iravanchi had suggested the RRAS solution fits for me but still i need to know is a router with PPTP pass-through enough? or does the router need to have something more?

also the router will be change to another as it doesnt work properly im thinking of TP-LINK http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/?model=TL-WR1043ND#spec it support VPN PPTP passthrough would it fit my needs?

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A minimum of 10 people on your VPN is going to require a better router if you want it to work reliably, and I don't know that you'll be able to stay under 100 Euro. –  HopelessN00b Jan 24 '13 at 17:10
    
then tell me what does it take to make this happen i could live with two connections :) –  AirWolf Jan 24 '13 at 17:53
    
An old machine running Linux with two Ethernet adapters should work fairly well for your purpose. It'll work better than your NetGear, that's for sure. –  Edwin Jan 25 '13 at 1:51
    
Do i need special internet adapters? or could it be the same that you use to connect to the internet without the router, and would windows server 2008 R2 fit what i need? and can i connect the router to it because allot of peoplpe in my company are using wifi from the router? –  AirWolf Jan 25 '13 at 6:36
    
If you're only accessing the SQL Server remotely, why don't you setup RRAS on the same server, and forward the PPTP port on your router to your server? Although you have to consider the load on the server and security issues. –  Iravanchi Jan 28 '13 at 6:52

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