So basically I have a computer, let's call it 'X'.
This computer has a standard Internet connection, via which it connects to a VPN, using CheckPoint VPN.
When it's connected to the VPN (and only then) it can access a server. Let's call it 'Y'. So I can ping 'Y' and receive a response, and also interact with 'Y' in various ways.
Now I have a separate computer, let's call it 'Z'. It to the Internet also, but not to the VPN, as it doesn't have any VPN software on it, and I have no idea how to copy CheckPoint VPN to it.
I want to be able to access server 'Y' from computer 'Z', through computer 'X''s VPN connection.
Is there any possible way to do this?
I thought TeamViewer VPN might be able to, but it doesn't seem to work.
Is there some other technology I can use for this, like "tunnelling" or a "proxy" or whatever?
I'm a bit of a beginner when it comes to networking, so apologies if this is difficult to read.