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I have a question on setting up a vpn on a Network that is domain based (Windows 2003 Server).  Does the router act as a remote sccess server or do i need to add that role to the Server?  If  anyone else has set up a vpn on this type of router any tips would be apprecieted.
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You need to configure RRAS on windows 2003, then allow IPSEC or PPTP or L2TP to pass through your router.

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So on the windows XP pro machine that I am using to connect to the VPN from home.. The host name or IP address of destination would be the router's Public IP address?
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Correct.
Thats why you have to setup your firewall/router to send that info to your 2003 heap.

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