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2003 RRAS server

Posted on 2005-03-17
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Last Modified: 2010-04-12
hi all

Is this possible

I want to setup a 2003 RRAS server that has only one network card, for PPTP VPN connections, I was thinking that i can forward the necessary ports from my linksys router to the RRAS server. So would I from a windows XP client on a remote network make a VPN connection to the external ip address on the linksys router and then linksys would forward this traffic back to for example?

Many  thanks
Question by:kjman
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Gary Dewrell earned 2000 total points
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Hi kjman,

Hi kjman, the simple answer is yes. However yuor linksys router probably has a method to publish a server instead of having to do individual port forwarding.

Good luck!

God Bless

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