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Old 08-20-2004, 11:53 AM   #1
Registered: Mar 2002
Location: Toronto, Canada
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Question VPN Routing Possibilities

I am using a proprietory VPN client by Checkpoint called VPN-1

i have got it working, but i would like to setup a router to have it share its VPN capabilities.

the VPN-1 client binds to 1 or as many network cards i choose.

is it possible to have 2 nics, 1st binded with VPN-1 and connected to the cable modem, and then have the 2nd nic connected to the LAN.

and then have it setup as a regular router?

ideally, i would like to have all computers on the lan able to VPN into another network.

any comments appreciated.


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