VPN is the acronym for Virtual Private Network - a network type that uses a the Internet to provide remote networks or single machines with secure access to their organization's network avoiding expensive leased lines.

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VPN connection over squid

If we setup proxy server with squid, would users be able to use VPN (over squid) to connect to remote servers?
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Linux VPN Server That Supports Windows 7 Native VPN Client

Can anyone recommend a Linux VPN service that supports connections from the native Windows 7 VPN client? I don't want to install any weird custom software on my machines that are going to connect.
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Setup a VPN on my dedi?

Hey, well I have a dedicated server running debian and I'm wondering if it's possible for me to setup a vpn on it, or be able to browse the net using it's ip? Thanks
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Can't ping a server over VPN

I have an ip address 192.168.222.34 which is assigned to me by vpn server. I am trying to ping (and reach) a server with ip 10.222.222.1 which is in the office. Its completely unreachable. But ...
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Trying to get an ubuntu headless server to call home

I would like to install PPTP on my remote ubuntu server, so that it will connect back to the main office, so that backups, and and also data transfer can take place. Can anyone suggest a good guide ...
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How to join a domain over VPN?

I connect to company VPN and I can join the default domain without problems. In office infrastructure we have a seperate domain which is setup as a test environment. I can RDC into servers on this ...
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install a printer on my network that is physically located on another network

Question is the gist of it. We have a client that VPN's into our network and uses Remote Desktop to access our software. She needs to print reports to her desk. When she tries to add a printer it, ...
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pptp cannot connect

I have a pptp server on ubuntu behind a router. From inside the network I can connect to pptp server, but from the internet I can not. 1723, 1792 port are forwarded in router. Here is a full log: ...
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Amazon Virtual Private Cloud - Can I use a normal VPN Connection

I want to use amazon VPC so that I can connect directly to cloud-based databases and application servers over a secure VPN connection. From the description on Amazon's site it appears to require a ...
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Can't sign in as a different domain user or join a computer to a domain over the VPN

I work remotely for my company, and use VPN to connect to the main office network and domain. The domain controller there is a W2k3 box. The workstation I use was joined to the domain before I moved ...
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surfing internet through openvpn

i have openvpn server and the client are able connect to the server by ( openvpn Gui ver2.2beta5 ) but the clients can't surf the internet what can i do to solve this problem?????? thanks all
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is it possible to connect a public EC2 instance into company VPN for secure web service calls?

i'm looking for a temporary solution to allow my public web application running in EC2 to make server-side HTTP requests to a web server inside my firewall. I looked into amazon VPC, but that seems ...
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OpenVPN Server Site-to-Site and RoadWarrior access

I have a main office with a network 192.168.40.0/24 and a subsidiary office that have a network with this address 192.168.1.0/24, i want to link this office : Allow PC on the main office to access ...
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Cisco ASA VPN tunnel to second location - all traffic flow through first tunnel

I am having trouble setting up a second VPN tunnel from my Cisco ASA 5510. When I run the packet tracer I don't see the packet going throught a NAT exempt stage nor a VPN lookup stage. First tunnel is ...
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Moving VPN configuration from Juniper SSG5 to server

I have a VPN connection which is configured on our Juniper SSG5 and I need to move it to a server (since I can't add my own firewall to Amazon EC2). But I have not really an idea on how to do it or ...
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Connecting to a Windows Server 2008 through VPN

I have this issue, I have a W2K8 Server in which I'd like to establish a VPN Connection for a small group of Users (like 7 or 8). Heres some information about the server obtained by using cmd > ...
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What performance loss is to be expected through VPN?

At work we have a Windows 2008 Server-based network with over 60 computers. We are planning to set up a Windows 2008 VPN server shortly to provide remote access, and I am wondering what kind of ...
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Remote support via VPN without split tunnel

my title might not be very clear, but I'll explain my setup in more detail now. We have several customers (companies) that need to be remotely supported. At these customers we have servers running ...
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Is it possible to use VPN for only one Program?

Is it possible to use VPN connection for only one program and the rest of the traffic go through the local network? More specifically, I am using the Official Cisco Client.
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Is it possible to use Linux to route between my office (which uses IPSec) and home network? [closed]

First of all, apologies if this seems vague - I'm not an admin of anything more than a home network. I have a Ubuntu box sitting on my network which does various odd tasks for me - svn serving, some ...
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Cisco ASA 5505 (8.05): asymmetrical group-policy filter on an L2L IPSec tunnel

I'm trying to find a way to setup a bi-directional L2L IPSec tunnel, but with differing group-policy filter ACLs for both sides. I have the following filter ACL setup, applied, and working on my ...
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VPN server on Windows Server 2008 for a small office

I'm going to refurbish the IT-infrastructure for a small organization with one single office, and I'm not sure what VPN server to use. In your opinion, would the built-in Windows Server 2008 VPN ...
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OpenVPN to connect remote networks, peer to peer instead of client/server possible?

I would like to connect two remote networks using OpenVPN. I am very new to this we are very small and don't have a sys/network admin. What are the possible setups to have both networks both live on a ...
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Protocol Security With PPTP

I find these words in pptp client source : Summary by Peter Mueller PPTP is known to be a faulty protocol. The designers of the ...
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Is it possible to setup PPTP Client in AP?

I want to do some development with AP and make pptp client run in AP, then other PC can connect the AP and use the VPN traffic, is this possible?
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How to setup a fast VPN server

I am trying to set up a VPN that has a fast download speed. The server I have is a linux server and from there I can download 2 megabytes a second. At home I can also download with 2 megabytes a ...
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Juniper Network Connect and Ubuntu

I'm trying to install the Juniper Network Connect client on Ubuntu -- I'm wondering if any seasoned network admins or otherwise knowledgeable individuals know if it's possible for me to download the ...
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VPN connection over apache mod_proxy

We have several virtual machines which are connected in a private virtual network connection. Internet access for these machines is provided via dedicated virtual machine which has apache proxy server ...
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Network topology question

We currently have three networks, X.X.163.1, X.X.93.1 and 192.168.1.1. Today's setup is like this: http://i.stack.imgur.com/tkKWy.jpg We now have PPT VPN from internet to the X.X.163.1-network, but ...
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How to setup a tunneled connection to a NAS?

While looking into alternatives for Dropbox I explored the idea of a NAS. It would be easy to hook up the NAS to a broadband connection and have the users access the files. However, - The data needs ...
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Does a VPN requirement kill the concept of having a Web Application in the Cloud?

Recently I posted a question in SO, but so far I got no answers. I wonder if I'm asking the wrong question. This is the problem: We need to design an application which offers a public http web ...
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racoon-tool doesn't generate full racoon.conf file in /var/lib/racoon/racoon.conf

I am using ipsec-tools/racoon to create my VPN. I am using racoon-tool to configure racoon.conf but when I run racoon-tool reload it only generates the first section - Global items. When I run ...
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Cisco ASA - NAT'ing VPN traffic

I have an IPsec VPN setup like this: [Remote users]-[Remote ASA] <-VPN-> [My ASA]-[Subnet A]-[Router 2]-[Subnet B] The VPN is set to handle traffic between [remote users] and [Subnet A]; it ...
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Revamping an old and unstable office IT-solution using Windows Server and OpenVPN

I've been given the cumbersome task to totally redo the IT-infrastructure for a customer's office. They are currently running Windows XP all over, with one computer acting as a file server with no ...
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route to vpn based on destination

I have a VPN connection on a Windows 7 machine. It's set up to connect to a server in US. Is it possible, and if so how, to setup so that .com destinations uses the vpn interface and .se destinations ...
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pfsense multi-site VPN VOIP deployment

have main office pfsense firewall configured like this: local networks WAN -> internet LAN -> local network VOIP -> IP phones need to connect remote offices (multi-users) and single remote users ...
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VPN trace route

I am inside an Active Directory (AD) domain and trying to trace route to another AD domain at a remote site, but supposedly connected by VPN in between. the local domain can be accessed at ...
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Cannot connect to a VPN server - authentication failed with error code 691

When trying to connect to a VPN server, I get the 691 error code on the client, which say: Error Description: 691: The remote connection was denied because the user name and password ...
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Remote file access

We're needing to provide remote (read/write) access to a number of files on our network to several users (some technical, some non-technical) who will be running Windows. The non technical users will ...
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Cannot Ping a server after configuring the Routing and Remote Access Services

After configuring the Routing and Remote Access Services to be a both VPN and NAT service, I cannot ping that server anymore from the external side. But when I configure it to be just a VPN server, or ...
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How to stop my wireless adapter from received dhcp from router (windows)

I have a windows 7 computer which is connected via vpn to an OpenVpn server which happens to be in another country. I have all internet traffic being routed from my computer through the vpn to the ...
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Windows Server 2003 IPSec Tunnel Connected, But Not Working (Possibly NAT/RRAS Related)

Configuration I have setup a "raw" IPSec tunnel between a Windows Server 2003 (SBS) machine and a Netgear FVG318 according to the instructions in Microsoft KB816514. The configuration is as follows ...
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Configure browser and VPN traffic

I've been having a few issues with my company's VPN server. The VPN is running on a Mac Server (10.6.x) and I'm also using a Macbook (10.6.5). I've been building specific programs to gather ...
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Create True VLAN over RAS

I was wondering if it's possible. I want to create a virtual network over RAS using Windows Server 2003. The Client should be able to connect to the server using L2TP and should get an IP Adress ...
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is VPN client working one way?

I have centos server and installed the VPN client(cisco-vpnclient) and able to connect to the server on the other side using private address and the server on the other side pingable using the private ...
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How to simulate high wire speed ?

I want to test the max speed of my VPN(pptp) server, so I plan to download something from one server by VPN, At first, I think the server need to supply a high speed(30M) for client, who can tell ...
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Setting up a VPN tunnel between a Linux box and a Cisco FW

I have a linux box (ubuntu) and I have a service provider that will only allow an IPSEC tunnel connection between his network and my linux box. I have these details from the service provider: ...
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PFSense VPN Routing

We use PFSense firewalls at three installations with the following LAN networks: 1.) Datacenter #1: 10.0.0.0/16 2.) Datacenter #2: 10.1.0.0/16 3.) HQ: 10.2.0.0/16 All of these locations are ...
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Replace Sonicwall TZ series

What are some devices that i could use to replace several TZ series devices. The only function i really need is the Site-to-Site VPN. Preferably not a Sonicwall device they have the worst support I ...
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Windows 2008 Incoming Connection: Where/How is Server IPv4 address defined

We're evaluating a VM hosted externally which runs Windows Server 2008 R2 Web Server Edition and wish to access it via a VPN connection for maintenance and administration. RRAS isn't included in Web ...