Re: How to share a VPN
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 06:43:35 -0500
Vicente Alves - Informática wrote:
> Hi all,
> First of all I'm really a newby at linux. But, I want to set up a shared
> VPN connection. I want to connect a small office (SO) throu the internet
> to my business office (BO). I already have an account at the BO and I can
> connect to it, but I want to share that connection with other machines at
> SO. How can I set up the machine I connect to the BO to share the VPN
> The machine I use to connect to the BO is a Debian 3.0r4 and the
> machines I want to share the connection are Windows XP PRO.
> Sorry about my big question.
You'll need some VPN that can connect to the other end. I use OpenVPN,
which can be used with Linux or Windows. However, no matter what method
you use, you'll have to get it through the firewall at the other end. Is
the BO your own business? A large company? Can you get the admin to allow
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