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Allow PPTPD Clients to Communicate

Ive set up a PPTPD VPN server on an Ubuntu 12.04 Machine. I have 3 machines connected to it, 2 of which are on the same network and one that is on a separate network. All 3 are on the VPN, and can ...
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Connect via Remote Desktop to machine connected to VPN

I have a problem. I need to connect to a remote machine, which I can do fine. However, once I am on that machine, I need to open a VPN connection to another remote computer. This, I can also do. The ...
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Windows 7/8 VPN to localhost (one computer only)

In Windows 8.1 (also try windows 7) I'm trying to create a Windows VPN connection that connects to 127.0.0.1 (localhost) I did all the configuration in the PC (as server) to accept connections, and in ...
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1answer
135 views

Use the internet connection of a remote desktop without VPN

I live in Iran, and due to my country's Internet policies, I am unable to use a VPN connection to a server outside the country. Without VPN access, how can I connect to my server outside Iran in order ...
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217 views

How to remotely download any file from the Internet? [closed]

Is it possible to download a file over VPN via the command line in Ubuntu 12.04.1?
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1answer
185 views

'Share' a VPN across internet- or VPN over VPN?

First of all, apologies if this is poorly worded. Tried to explain as best as I can. Would anyone know if it's possible to 'share' a VPN to a remote user across the internet, on windows, without ...
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2answers
591 views

Can a VPN tell my country besides looking at my IP address?

I VPN into a network daily. I'm currently in the USA, but will relocate soon. I am looking into buying a dedicated IP address located in the USA and setting up my router to use that from the other ...
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342 views

Unable to remotely connect to a machine after succesfull VPN login

I'm unable to remotely connect to a virtual machine even after successfully logging into VPN through my broadband connection. Weird it is, I'm able to remotely connect to that machine after VPN log in ...
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4answers
2k views

ISP doesn't allow incoming connections (i.e., hosting a server) - anyway to get around this using a VPN?

My ISP, like many today, doesn't allow incoming connections, so if I try to host server software on my home PC, then anyone (even myself) trying to connect to that server software via my public IP ...
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3answers
1k views

Remotely access Linux directory from Windows

How can I remotely access a Linux directory on my home network from a Windows machine at work? Ultimately, I would like to map the Linux partition or directory as a Network Drive in Windows 7 so I ...
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0answers
68 views

RDC from home PC to work PC using non routable IP's

I have a home PC and a work PC right next to each other. The work PC is connected to my corporate Lan, when it is connected I cannot RDC to it. When it is not connected to the corporate Lan I can ...
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1answer
2k views

How can I VPN into a domain and act as if it is local?

I've looked and looked and the internet seems to have finally failed me, there's no information on my specific issue. I have two locations, and one server (sbs 2008); I need them to act like one ...
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3answers
2k views

Remote desktop Connection to computer at work

I have a Windows-7 desktop at office, to which i try to do a remote desktop connection from my home laptop, Windows-Vista home premium. When i say mstsc.exe, enter remote login and password, after ...
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2answers
3k views

Remote Install Mac OS X from Windows not on LAN?

I want to install applications from my Mac OS X install disc, or be able to archive-install from it, but it's back at my house outside my current LAN. Is there a way I can remotely access my OS X ...
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1answer
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Can't connect to a local FTP - “Connection closed by remote host.”

I'm getting baffled by a seemingly simple problem: When I connect via VPN to my remote network, I can't connect via FTP to my FTP server - but I can do everything else (including Remote Desktop). ...