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  Setting Up a Virtual Private Network
Subject:   VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
Date:   2006-01-26 23:21:50
From:   Andreas_SE
Hello!


Great article, but I'm still a bit unfamiliar with the VPN setup and configuration.


Is the above guide applied as well to a situation like this.


Two computers, Windows XP Professionals, each connected to internet through ADSL Router. Both ADSL Routers obtain IP from ISP via DHCP.


Is it still possible to do the above?
All I want to do is create a secure connection between the two computers so that I can remotely work at one of them whenever I want, without having someone at the other computer to have to active a software or so... possible?


Thanks for anykind of help in understanding more!


--Andreas

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  • VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
    2006-11-21 14:29:42  johnydii [View]

    If you want to work remotely try realvnc.com
    Put software on both computers setup with password and connection ports and then setup firewals and or routers to open ports to computers. It is fast!!
  • VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
    2006-11-02 04:15:16  Souluna [View]

    hey ive got a similar situation,
    i have a Server im using running XP PRO,
    i want to get my pc (on the same router) and 3 of my friends all using DHCP enable Routers with different ISP's.. How do i set that up?
    my 3 friends are all using XP Home and they just need to connect..
    cheers
    edensouluna@gmail.com
  • VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
    2006-11-02 04:08:21  Souluna [View]

    hey ive got a similar situation,
    i have a Server im using running XP PRO,
    i want to get my pc (on the same router) and 3 of my friends all using DHCP enable Routers with different ISP's.. How do i set that up?
    my 3 friends are all using XP Home and they just need to connect..
    cheers
    edensouluna@gmail.com
  • VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
    2006-10-12 15:25:06  Ampaw [View]

    Well for starters, you mention that both computers has XP PRO, there for you can easily connect to either or by allowing remote access via XP, then it will be the same as if you were sitting in front of the pc you are connecting to.
    May want to think about this since you are only dealing with 2 pc's.

    There are 3rd party programs that will do the same thing for you, LogMeIn is a great one and does not cost anything.

    Hope this helps.
  • VPN Tunneling - 2 WinXP
    2006-10-06 17:07:13  tciovacco [View]

    try this software out go to www.logmein.com and sign up for their free logmein and download the software on both computers and then you can remotly use either of the computers from anywhere in the world over the internet... Its that easy and its great. I do alot of work for clients remotely and I find it one of the best out there.
    let me know what you think... t.ciovacco@theimagefactory.net
  • VPN Tunneling - a Win 2K Professional & a Win XP
    2006-02-24 23:40:30  VPN [View]

    Hello,

    I have a similar situation, to connect WinXP system to Win2K Professional using VPN tunneling.
    The Win2K professional is a intranet client.

    Both systems are connected to the net directly through 2 different broadband services.

    Is it possible to connect them?