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How difficult is it to set up a vpn server on win2k. I have some knowledge in networking, but I have never set up a VPN. Does the server have to be a domain? When I set this server up I did not use active directory. I am going to use a DSL connection with 5 static IP addresses. I do know that I have to add another NIC. One for the LAN and one for the VPN.
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If you have the updates it not hard

you do not need a domain.

you do not need to add a nic.  
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Any ideas on wherre I could get good readable Instructions?
Will the clients on the LAN still be able to access the internet through one NIC
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I would just install the service and it has good build in help

It about the same as for windows 2000

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/technologies/networking/vpn/default.mspx
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