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Posted on 2004-08-03
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Hi all,

My company has two Netgear FVS318 VPN Firewall routers that allow 8 users in the service building to connect to the sales building's Terminal Server, and run the company's application software.  I wll need to connect 5 new users located in another city to the same Terminal server.  I have another FVS318 router that can be used.  Here is my question.  Can I add more than eight users to the Tunnel already setup on the router connected to the Terminal server, or do I need to get a bigger router?  In the router setup screen I see 8 places to enter connection data.  Does this mean that I can have as many as 8 tunnels with any number of connections(users), or only 1 tunnel with a maximum of 8 connections(users)?  Sorry if I haven't explained this correctly.  I can supply additional info as needed.
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Per Netgear's Licensing its eigth tunnels with as many user connections as it can hold. I haven't found a limit to this yet as I only have 12 employee's at my company on a T service, we can all connect at the same time on the same tunnel.
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