For work I VPN via Windows 7 VPN Connection to "vpn.companyname.com" - after it says I'm connected to the network I use RDP to connect to my desktop @ work and then use a Telnet session to connect to our internal software.
My question is....vpn.companyname.com - is that a PHYSICAL server I'm connecting to? Or is it just hitting the firewall (192.168.1.1) and then putting my Home Office PC on the network at work?
You're connecting to a VPN server, with the understanding that a VPN server is software. That software could be running on an actual physical server, or it could be running on a router, or it could even
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