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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Linux solution for VPN on-demand for iOS devices

According to Apple’s support article on VPN for iOS, only Cisco IPSec, Juniper Junos Pulse, and Cisco AnyConnect support the VPN on-demand feature. Are there any open-source implementation (‘free’ as ...
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IPSec VPN between Amazon VPC and a Watchguard XTM?

I have a branch office behind a Watchguard XTM that needs VPN into an EC2 VPC. I am unfamiliar with Watchguard and am unable to find all of the knobs and dials in the flash admin interface to bring it ...
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Persistent static route stops working after VPN drops and reconnects

I've got a VPN between two networks, one home and one office (A and B). Their subnets are: (A) 192.168.1.0 and (B) 192.168.0.0 The two networks have identical ADSL routers. Unfortunately these can ...
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Domain name resolution not working over VPN to Windows 2003 domain, VPN is on a different subnet

I am able to browse shares and, sometimes, connect my outlook to the exchange server when connected over VPN to my office's LAN. However I am aware my VPN address is in a completely different subnet ...
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site-to-site VPN between cisco ASA and 870 cannot ping remote network

I have two sites which are connected through site-to-site vpn from cisco. One site has a cisco ASA router, the other has a cisco 870 router The tunnel has been setup, and active, however I cannot ...
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Can't resolve host through VPN connection from Mac OS X [closed]

The Preamble I set up a VPN connection from my Macbook, and it seems to connect successfully. However, I can't access my work computer because hostname doesn't get resolved: $ ping myusername ...
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Setup a switch at home which acts as an extension of my office over VPN with transparent bridging

Basically, at home I have a system with 2 NICs. 1 is the my normal home network, and over this I will run vpnc to connect to my work PC (both run Linux). What I want is that the second NIC on my ...
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reconfigure vpn from cisco to juniper

Right now I have a vpn from a cisco router (ASA 5505) with a network 192.168.1.0/24 connectiong to a Juniper firewall (SSG-520) with a network 192.168.100.16/28. I want to reconfigure the subnet on ...
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Windows Vpn Server Role in DMZ?

I work on a small business network that runs on a windows server 2008 R2 domain. Right now we use a Cisco (Linksys) RV042 router to handle both VPN connections and a single Site-Site vpn. However, ...
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Determining client's real IP address in VPN connection

Is it possible to extract The IP of my PC when I'm connected to a VPN connection and surf internet? By saying "IP of my PC" I mean the IP address of my system when I'm not connected to the VPN ...
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VPN in Windows SBS 2011 Essentials

Does SBS 2011 Essentials not support the requires role for setting up VPN natively in Windows?
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N2N VPN + Client VPN - recommended technology and network architecture?

I have 2 networks HOSTED: 10.0.1.0/24 (hosted server infrastructure (web-apps, databases, etc)) OFFICE: 10.0.2.0/24 (office infrastructure (file & print, databases)) Each has an ubuntu ...
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web application lag when connecting to VPN database

I have a network traffic question, that I may get a lot of answers for. At work, I'm VPNing to a client's internal network where they have their stage SQL database. Every time I stage development ...
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Mount remote share via VPN connection (Windows to Windows)

I have a remote Windows 2008 Server (hosted on Rackspace Cloud). I would like to have multiple VPN clients to connect and mount a shared drive. I was able to set up the VPN, but I can't seem to ...
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Site-To-Site VPN for internal traffic only

I'd like to connect my home network with my office network. At my office (host) I have a Cisco ASA 5510 ready to go. At my home network I'd like only work traffic to flow through the tunnel (meaning ...
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OpenVPN on AWS EC2 gives Error Code 1232 (Transmit Failed)

I am using OpenVPN for a VPN client in an Amazon's EC2 machine instance of Windows Server 2008 (32bit). It successfully connects, briefly, and I get Reply from 10.9.0.1: bytes=32 time=39ms TTL=64 ...
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VPN on windows server interrupts connections on other interfaces

I've been given vpn access to a clients network. We set the vpn up using the built in vpn client in Windows server 2008. When I connect to the VPN, it interrupts the connections to the physical ...
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Setting up Point-to-Point VPN with Junipers (ss5 g)

I appreciate any response as (to make a long story short) I've had a some trying times with this project I'm working on and am ready to be done with it. I'm trying to setup point to point VPN using ...
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How do I configure my VPNs on my new firewall without taking out the old one?

I have a colocation facility with my main firewall in it. It has a bunch of site-to-site VPN tunnels built from the main firewall to the firewalls that are in the remote facilities. I want to ...
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How to connect to xl2tp on linux?

I have install an l2tp server named xl2tp, I want to know if there is any l2tp client for linux which can connect the server?
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VPN affect other local PCs or just the one?

I think this is obvious but I want to find out anyway. If you have a PC connecting to work VPN remotely from home over your local high speed connection. Then you've got a couple other PCs at home, I ...
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How to route VoIP phone through VPN

We have two offices (China and US) connected by site-to-site VPN using 2 Linksys RV082's. We also have a VoIP system with 2 VoIP phones in the China office. We have been having trouble with the ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 missing PPP adapter - where are the clients supposed to connect to?

We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 box. It has one NIC, with the address 192.168.0.2. We set up RRAS, enabled VPN protocols, and told it to use a static address pool, 192.168.0.224-239. On our router, ...
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How can I route some (but not all) web traffice over a VPN tunnel. Sonicwall appliances on each end

I have two networks: Network A Private 10.0.0.0/24 Network B Private 10.0.10.0/24 Both running Sonicwall ~200 appliances, connected by a VPN tunnel. I am able to reach specific internal address on ...
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Remote VPN User - Domain Credentials

Morning, We have a client who uses a Windows 7 laptop and connects remotely to an SBS2011 network via VPN that terminates at a Watchguard device. This is a recent upgrade, the server was SBS2003 and ...
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OpenVPN setup: Problems connecting due to UDP packet overflow

I'm attempting to setup an OpenVPN server on a Win2k3 server running behind a sonicwall. To eliminate config issues with the firwall, I'm trying to connect to the server from another PC on the same ...
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Where can I download the latest 64-bit edition of Sonicwall SSL-VPN NetExtender for Windows 7?

Does anyone know where to download the latest edition of the 64-bit version of SonicWall SSL-VPN NetExtender for Windows 7?
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How do I wire a Windows network? Active Directory/DNS/DHCP Server

I am building a windows based network for my 'medium sized' business and I am only used to linux/mac networks. Any help is greatly appreciated! :) This is the setup I have: T1 from at&t, and a ...
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OpenVPN server will not redirect traffic

I set up an OpenVPN server on my VPS, using this guide: http://vpsnoc.com/blog/how-to-install-openvpn-on-a-debianubuntu-vps-instantly/ And I can connect to it without problems. Connect, that is, ...
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OpenVPN administration GUI

Is there a GUI for OpenVPN ? anything I can use to administrate it easily and perhaps create groups of users etc? with access restrictions on specific groups etc? I can't afford to pay for licenses ...
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vpnc fedora 13 cannot connect on one computer (fine on another)

I am having trouble with VPNC on my newly installed Fedora 13 box. It fails with got delete for old connection, ignoring followed by no response from target. Searching did not yield a solution. ...
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Simplest possible VPN to Amazon EC2 instance

I have setup an EC2 instance (Windows Server 2008) that I will let different developers connect to. Since I want the connection to be secure I am trying to setup a VPN connection to that machine, but ...
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Cisco 800 Series Routers and dedicated point-to-point VPN

My company is looking for a solution where two branches can be connected securely. The goal is to have the two branches establish a vpn conection (at the router levels) so anything connected beyond ...
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OpenVPN network sharing

For some hours I'm already trying to setup a virtual private network between two physical locations (Location A, 192.168.1.0/24), and (Location B, 192.168.2.0/24). I am forced to use a tunnel instead ...
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DNS problems when connecting via VPN

So on my home network I run my own domain controller & DNS server. On my client machine (which is a member of this home domain), I connect to my work VPN and from that point my DNS messes up. My ...
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DD-WRT PPTP VPN problem [closed]

I try to configure a DD-WRT as a PPTP client. The VPN Server is Windows Server 2003. This is my scenario: The Windows 2003 Server has set to give to the VPN Client the 10.0.0.81 fixed IP and to ...
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Samba over OpenVPN - horribly slow

I've set up a server to run OpenVPN, with the purpose of clients accessing Samba shares remotely. The server is running CentOS 5.6, a decent quad-core Xeon CPU and plenty of RAM. The client I've ...
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VPN server setup on a 2008 R2 Hyper-V VPS

I am renting a Windows 2008 R2 VPS (Hyper-V). It has 1 network adapter which has a public IP statically assigned. I wish to allow incoming VPN connections, so that I can access SMB for a central file ...
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Cannot ping Server 2008 over VPN

I need to access a Windows 2008 Server with MS-SQL-Management-Studio and/or RDP via OpenVPN. The connection to other servers (2003) in that particular network is no problem (rdp and sql), those also ...
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How to route lan traffic from one NIC to vpn connection that uses another NIC

I have a server (windows server 2008 r2) with two nics. One is connected to a local lan, the other to the internet. It has a vpn connection setup to connect across the internet to another server to ...
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VPN Router question

What does it take to set up a wireless router to connect to a vpn service so everybody in the local wireless network surfs the internet through that vpn tunnel? What do I need to be careful about? ...
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Please clarify about Azure Connect for AD-integration?

Windows Azure now offers Virtual Machine hosting similar to IaaS solutions. One of the associated services is something called Azure Connect so that your VM can access on-premise resources (in your ...
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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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Creating additional users to access Mac OS X VPN Server

On my privat iMac, I configured the VPNd that comes with the system and is just hidden. I used the following manual. http://blog.theilluminatedengineer.com/?p=136 It is working fine for my primary ...
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When to trust a web application's security with HTTPS only rather than use a VPN?

We are installing a vendor-supplied ASP.net application on IIS 7.5, giving access to sensitive customer details for remote access by our staff. I am wondering whether it is necessary to use a VPN to ...
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Limit VPN login to members of a group

I'm running Cisco ASA5520's with PIXOS 8.2(1). I have my vpn setup to authenticate users from my ldap server. I need to be able to limit them to a specific group. My login base dn is ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 RRAS VPN client routing

Our company network is 10.0.0.0/24 (not /8 as the class suggests, this wasn't my decision, and sadly can't be changed). We set up an RRAS VPN server. Windows 7 clients are advised to be set up not to ...
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Losing Internet Connection When Connecting To VPN

So whenever I connect either my Windows 7 computer, or Windows Server 2008 R2 server to an SSTP VPN running on a Windows Server 2008 R2 box, I lose internet connection. One suggestion I got was, on ...
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VPN PPTPD with MPPE Support for Debian or Ubuntu

Having an unencrypted vpn connection from a windows client to linux is pretty easy by using pptpd. When I was looking for an solution for encrypted (per MPPE) connection, I found a lot of information ...
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PPTP VPN monitoring web traffic URLs

I setup a PPTP VPN server (pptpd) on Ubuntu 10.04 and need the ability to monitor URLs that are being accessed via the web browser (80/443). I was thinking of utilizing a proxy like Squid, but wanted ...