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Re: VPN (Virtual Private Network)

by PeeterDinklage » Tue Jul 18, 2017 5:15 am

Hi,
I want to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) for anonymous web surfing, is there any specific settings I should create?
I did some research about that and somehow I found a topic related to my question but it's not for Linux host environment and because I am not sure if it's going to work I open this new thread...

Re: VPN (Virtual Private Network)

by botijo » Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:21 pm

Hi again,
I am such a lad that always chooses the complex way. From what it is written in Wikipedia, Remobo might be a solution for you.
And welcome to the computer world, where you need to read a lot of documentation at each step!

Re: VPN (Virtual Private Network)

by tableguy » Sat Sep 27, 2008 6:50 pm

Is is going to be a long learning curve for me. I guess I should seperate the two. Meaning, when I have a hotspot connect and when I have a Verizon connection. I will contact Verizon for that info, and if I can map a drive for MM. But for hotspots could you explain a little further? I did look at my router spec's and it says it has VPN pass-through, whatever that means.


Thanks
Robert A Sexton

Re: VPN (Virtual Private Network)

by botijo » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:31 pm

What most people do (that is, my brother does it!) is Remote Control of the computer. VNC and its variants can get you started, although there are many other tools. I will let you decide which is the best for you, but I do remember one that used GPG keys or similar strong security algorithms.
At the end, it is not VPN, because you are not making a virtual network. Correct me if I am wrong, but routers and other network devices need to support VPN. I do not think many home routers allow that.
Regards.

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

by tableguy » Fri Sep 26, 2008 8:28 pm

Would like to setup up a connection to my library while I'm on the road. So that I can edit the database on my down time. I have a Verizon account which offers this, but I am complete novice at this. I also have a static ip.



Thank You
Robert A. Sexton

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