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Can you traverse Site-to-Site VPNs

For example: Router A <-> Site-To-Site VPN <-> Router B <-> Site-to-Site VPN <-> Router C If static routes were put in place so that: Router A doesn't know about Router C ...
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Unable to connect to SQL Server over Azure Point-to-site VPN

I'm having trouble connecting to SQL servers over an Azure point-to-site VPN. SQL Standard is running on an Azure VM which is part of an Azure point-to-site VPN. It is a named instance. SQL Express ...
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Acceptable time interval before attempting to reset a connection?

I am writing an application for a router which simply connects it to a VPN. If for some reason the connection fails, the application will attempt to acquire a new socket and reset the connection. My ...
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Looking for a means to monitor a users network connection

One of my users has been complaining for the last few months about poor connectivity to our exchange server through our VPN. Everything seems to be connecting correctly but when he tries to use ...
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Issues with OpenVPN 2.1.4 running on CentOS VPS server

I have a VPS server with Media Temple, running CentOS with Plesk Parallels installed. It has a VPN module which I would ultimately like to configure to allow multiple clients to connect to the VPN ...
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Mac OS X 10.6 issues connecting via vpn to Microsoft server

I am currently running Mac OS X Snow Leopard and trying to use the native vpn client to connect to our Microsoft vpn server. If I route all traffic via the vpn connection I am able to connect to our ...
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Why do VPN connections break when I sleep my computer?

On the limited (Cisco) VPN systems that I've used, the VPN connectivity is broken when my computer is put to sleep and must be re-established on wakeup. Is this a necessary property of VPN?