Posted on 2009-05-26
Thanks for your help in advance, I'm relatively new to networking so wanted some guidance on setting up a VPN solution. My current network infrastructure is as follows
Static IP --> Linksys Wireless Router Router (192.168.2.1) --> SBS 0001(192.168.10.1) --> DLink Managed Switch ---> Nodes (Static Assigned 192.168.10.x)
I have two web cameras in my network (192.168.10.XX, 192.168.10.XY) and I'm wondering, is there a way I can connect to my network via VPN and access the webcams). The catch, however, is that since I have a small business, I turn off my SBS when I leave for home at night. Plus, the wiring makes it impossible for me to connect my webcams directly to my router so they can obtain a 192.168.2.XX,192.168.2.XY IP's.
I'm hoping if there's a way, I can take a cable from my router and connect it to my switch and be able to pull a 192.168.2.X Ip from the switch as well.
Any suggestions on how I should go about it? Once I've figured it out, I plan on getting the NetGear SRXN3205-100NAS router and start using that for VPN as well as everything else.
Thank you for your help in advance!