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Old 05-24-2004, 04:29 AM   #1
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Virtual private network


so i just got my domain up and running at my house

this was a challenge but everything works great now

cept the fact my server is using wireless lol its kinda slow....

anyways my server is linux and i have 3 other comps running winxp

i have heard of VPN before
and from what i think.... it will allow someone else to connect to my network and kinda have the same privlages as my other comps do on the network like sharing drives viewing other drives and such

alas... i have no i dea how to set one up what program to use and if i should run it on my linux server or one of my xp clients

would anyone like to give me the run down??

thanks alot
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