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Old 06-12-2008, 06:03 AM   #1
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Configuring VPN ???

I am newbie to VPN Concept.I can see our Senior Manager has created a VPN Server and 4 machines are under the network.I guess that means that these machine are in different network(Is it correct?).So that it could be worked out seperately.Now I want to setup Management Server on one of the VPN machine providing static IP.These management machine under VPN network has capability to distribute IP address and automatic configuration to all the other machines under VPN once we boot the other machine.That means I am having 4 new formatted machine and am setting up 1 Management Station Server.Now The distribution of IP to all machine is obviously through DHCP.

Will It be possible??

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