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Old 08-17-2013, 01:42 AM   #1
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LXer: Linux Containers: Part 5, Creating Your Own VPN

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Most people will set up a VPN by purchasing a VPS and installing it that way. While that is easier in a few ways, its not very resourceful. If your host server (that houses the containers) uses little bandwidth (for example, before doing this VPS mine was using ~450 MB a month out of 600 GB), making the container a VPN server will save you money in the end so you don’t have to buy a server that you’ll barely ever touch.



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