Hello all, I am looking for a free vpn to view a laravel video tutorial in the forum. Any recommendation? Which is not a trial version? Is there any? As long as it works. Thanks in advance.

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Hi Guys. I knw what I want to achieve but not how to achieve it! Any hints would be gratefuly received, or, if it's not possible, tell me so I can stop trying. I have an internet connection -> router with NAT, DHCP etc -> LAN with all kinds of switches and WiFi access points all on the same subnet. I have a couple of TV devices that need to access the LAN and also access the internet via a VPN for access to the right countries. So I connected a VPN router to the LAN and the TV devices …

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A VPN, or Virtual Private Network to be formal, is a method of creating an encrypted data tunnel across the Internet from your device to a destination server. Although savvy home users and enterprises will operate their own VPNs (business-grade routers provide this functionality) for most folk, a VPN comes by way of a dedicated service provider. In theory, and as far as many of those VPN users are concerned, this provides them with both security and secrecy. People think that a VPN keeps them anonymous while online. People are more often than not wrong. What a VPN, any VPN, …

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Hi, My husband and I are going to Dubai, I heard that many websites are blocked there, So I'm looking for a cheap and reliable vpn service, Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi guys. I have an Cisco DPC3925 router at the Office which I use to close an VPN Tunnel with an customer. Now, I want to close an VPN from my Home to the Office, so I'll be able to connect to the customer VPN from home. Would this work? If so, is this model(Cisco DPC3925) up for the job? And in my Home, which router should I get? Thanks!

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hi everyone I'm trying to use cisco vpn client on my new win 8.1 machine. I had installation error 27850 at first but updated DNE and was able to successfully intall it. but now I cannot connect to the vpn that I want. I receive this error: Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the client. Reason 414: failed to establish a TCP connection. I disabled my internet security software and windows firewall but still get this error message. Does anyone have any idea what's wrong?

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Are there any strongswan experts here.... I'm just trying to get a Strongswan roadwarrior setup going that can be used from an android stock VPN client using IPSEC Xauth. (i've also tried from an IPAD with same user cert) With a cert based auth, you can identify the road warrior client by ID_DER_ASN1_DN on the cert or by a san name. So if the cert contains Peer ID is ID_DER_ASN1_DN: 'C=CH, O=strongswan, CN=MKpeer' The conf file for that conn should match that to rightid="C=CH, O=strongswan, CN=*" That's right out of the strongswan guide. But no matter what I try, I …

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I have a Verizon FiOS Internet line coming into my office here at DaniPad, and it has a block of 5 static IPs (x.x.x.18 - x.x.x.22) that I'm paying for. The line is connected to a switch. Also connected to the switch, among other things (such as our security system), are the uplink ports of two Linksys routers, an EA6900 and an E1200. The EA6900 has been statically assigned the .18 external IP address. My workstation and my server are both directly connected to this router, and each has been statically assigned a 192.168.1.x IP address, and wireless has been …

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Before going on to tell how to get DD-WRT secured with VPN, it is important to determine whether your router is compatible with DD-WRT or not. Most commonly used wireless routers including Linksys, Cisco, D-Link, Verizon, Sitecom and TP-Link are DD-WRT compatible. Check out whether your router’s name appears in this compatibility list for DD-WRT. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices The following are the easy set up instructions for configuring a VPN on your DDWRT router. I have made used PPTP router settings to install VPN, mainly because PPTP is the easiest and most preferred protocol for DDWRT routers. You can also install DDWRT …

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I performed a clean full install of Windows 7 Ultimate. After the numerous updates and re-installing drivers, I attempted to set up a VPN, which I have been able to do in the past. However, when I click on "Connect to a network" under Network and Sharing Center, nothing happens. I would expect another window to appear where I make a selection of what type of connection I would like to create, of which I would choose VPN. The drivers are direct the manufacturer of the mobo, but still not having any luck...even after another clean install. Has anyone seen …

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Good morning everyone, So I have come across an interesting request that I have never dealt with and was wondering what everyone kind of thought of where I should take it. A company I have been working with is updating their website. The company uses VPN internally already, what they were inquiring about was making a staff section of their website which can only be accessed when they have their VPNs enabled (not having the VPN connected would produce an error page so anybody not connected wouldnt have access to even the login page let alone the rest of the …

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hi, I recently got win 8 and when I want to connect to a vpn the main connection goes limited so then it has no internet access anybody knows how to fix it ? thanks

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Hi! I’ve been stuck on a vpn-problem for quite some time now and my company needs to get this starting as soon as possible. We are running a sbs08 behind a Fortigate 50b. I’ve configured the sbs for vpn and I can connect to it from within the network (internal ip). The Fortigate is configured as follows: - Virtual IP to the internal server with port forwarding to 1723 - Created firewall address with an available ip range (external interface) - Added firewall policy from the wan-interface with the created range to the lan-interface to the sbs. Service of course …

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I have spent weeks looking for a solution online but I have turned up with nothing. I am running Windows XP Professional (this has been tried on both service pack 2 and service pack 3) but every time I try to run the Cisco VPN client I get "Error 56: The Cisco Systems, Inc. VPN Service has not been started. Please start this service and try again" The obvious solution: Start the service. I do this from services but the service will not stay active. I sometimes get a message saying that it started then stopped and that some services …

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I am dealing with a home network which has recently experienced excessive dropped connections. Connection to ISP is via dedicated 2.4 Gb microwave radio card mounted on house roof. The home network uses a Linksys E4200 wireless router. On the home side of the router are typically 3 wired devices and 4 wireless devices. One of the wired connections is an HP laptop running VPN on Vista, the second wired connection is a desktop computer using normal applications (no VPN) on Windows 7. The third wired connection is an HP network printer. Of the wireless devices, one is an HP …

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I'm interested in creating a home server wherein i can upload websites, ftp server and vpn. I've set up a freedns dynamic ip updater account so that i can access the computer even though the ip changes on each reset of the modem. the problem is that when i access the router through an external ip, even after port forwarding, I end up opening the router admin page. I've checked that the port is open using [url]www.canyouseeme.org[/url] and found out that it is open. the ip address is properly linked to my desktop internal ip address. can anyone suggest any …

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I developed a sales management system in ASP.NET using Razor WebPages. How can I ensure that the business data associated with the system to be secure? Does hosting it using Web Hosting services secure? How about VPN? And if I am going to host it in the company server, how I am going to achieve it? I am new in web development and I want to make sure that my very first application will be secure from data theft. Thank you!

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I use Cisco VPN Client software on Windows XP to access a client's remote network. However, they force me to use their proxy server to access the Internet. I only use one system on the remote network, but I don't want the rest of my traffic going through the VPN, because it's slow. Is there a way to modify the routing tables after connecting to the VPN so that I can have access to the sole system through the VPN, but have the remainder of my Internet access still use my own local connection? I've tried adding routes to the …

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What are some ways to connect to one computer from another other than using VPN or a Static IP? Let's say, for example, one computer is hosting a web service and another computer that's not part of the network wants to call that web service. Would it be possible without a static IP or VPN?

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So i set up a L2TP/ipsec VPN server on my mac running 10.6.x. I can connect to the VPN from my LAN, but not from outside of it. This is from my HTC evo. I set up a VPN server using a virtual machine of 10.6.x Server, with the same results (can connect inside LAN, but not outside). Not that it makes any difference, but I can't connect either when I'm on my LAN but going outside my LAN and coming back (that is, the destination address isn't a local private address but rather my WAN IP address). I have …

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I have a gateway<->gateway IPSEC VPN running between 2 offices and the first gateway (BiPAC 7404VGO) will also host PPTP VPN connections as well. I need to be able to route PPTP traffic with a destination to the second gateway through the gateway VPN to services in that second network. At this stage no routing occurs when trying to access the second office subnet from the PPTP VPN. All clients are using Windows XP or above and there is an SBS2003 server on the first subnet attached to the first gateway. At this point I have a choice of using …

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Hi all, I am using VPN for connecting to my work network using my laptop( Windows7x64). I have been using VPN and remote to my work machine. From the last few days i am unable to ping/connect to my work machine even after connecting to VPN successfully. I have one more machine at home(windows XP) through which i am able to connect to my work machine using VPN. I dont understand why i am unable to connect to machines in work network. Please ask me for additional information if you think the above inf is not sufficient. Please help... Thanks …

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Hi, I have an issue with VPN clients not being able to access the DNS server on our LAN when they dial in. To give a brief overview of our network:- [LIST] Clients connect over VPN using L2TP IPSec VPN to our Draytek router [/LIST] [LIST] DNS Server runs on a dedicated WIN2008 server and the Draytek dishes out this via DHCP to LAN hosts (successfully) and VPN clients (unsuccessfully) [/LIST] When connected over VPN, a user cannot resolve any of the internal host names - some users are successful using FQDNs but my PC is in one of the …

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I would like to setup access for SBS2008 remote VPN users to adjacent gateway VPN subnets in the office. For instance - User connects to site A using pptp to SBS2008 box. This box is on a subnet that has a gateway VPN to an adjacent site B setup by 2 WG834G routers. The user would like access to the resources on site B through the remote PPTP VPN. I have enabled RIP2 on all the routers but still cannot connect to machines on the site B. Is there something I am missing here?

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Hey there, I am trying to setup a Site-to-Site VPN between my home and my co-located server in LA as well as a second colo server in Denver. I am running Verizon (home) FIOS, from what I have read in the past is that Verizon residential FIOS blocks some ports for proper VPN use. Before I get two far let me explain my current setup. At home I have a Windows 2003 server running Routing & Remote Access. From the Verizon router I DMZ'd the server. In LA and Denver I am also running Windows 2003 with Routing & Remote …

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how do i configure a site-to-site vpn ?

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