I have a local network with windows 2000. It has 2 routers. One router (router A) of FVS318 connects to Internet with IP of 192.168.2.1 and another (router B) connects to router A with IP 192.168.1.1. Computer a is connecting to router A. How can I set up VPN for Computer a?
Ooooh ok, that changes it up. This sounds like some sort of test question, because it doesnt sound as though routerb/computer b are important here..
If you want to setup a VPN for people on the outside
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