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VPN with dynamic dns

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I need to setup a vpn server useing dynamic ip,

i have a computer running win xp sp2 / 2003 RC2 and need to make it a vpn server, so that my other computers in 5 or more remote locations can access the same network. each location have an adsl connection with dynamic ip's. please help.

cheers & regards,
Imran
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Yes you could but the best way is to get a fixed IP. For dynamic IP, you need to subscribe to the Dynamic DNS Services for your dynamic IP to be resolved. Have a look at this link that might help you.

http://www.networkworld.com/columnists/2004/0426nutter.html
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