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HOWTO: Configure VPN Access to a System with One Interface
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/29/2005 11:33:00 AM.

Virtual Private Networking provides organizations with a low-cost, high-bandwidth, very secure method of providing external users access to internal resources.

Using VPN technology not only is all traffic from the client to the server encrypted, it also hides what kind of traffic is passing. FTP traffic, HTTP traffic, and ICMP pings, for example, all look the same to anyone watching the transmission. Encapsulation of all traffic hides source and destination ports. The only thing an eavesdropper can tell from monitoring the traffic is source and destination IP address and the tunnel protocol used.

This article will discuss how to configure a VPN solution from any Internet client to a single Windows machine.

VPN servers typically route traffic onto an internal subnet, requiring one interface for WAN and one interface for the LAN.

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