I'm trying to set up a Linux box that runs multiple Windows guest systems in VMware, all of which connect through the host internet connection through NAT, but each guest using its own VPN connection.
To reiterate: each guest is supposed to connect to the internet as a VPN client through its own VPN server outside of the local network - if possible while using just one port for all connections.
I've found some posts that claimed the VMware NAT doesn't support this, others that claimed it does, but you need a router that supports it with PPTP GRE47 support, and yet others that claim it works using a bridged connection instead of NAT.
What would be the ideal (read: most functional / logical / efficient) setup to do this?
Edit: It seems that a DD-WRT router with latest version would be the best option. Does anyone have experience with this setup? Multiple VPN connections on one router?