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No NAT with 1 IP address?

bluewhale
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No NAT with 1 IP address?

Is it possible to use no NAT with the standard account? I'm trying to get VPN to work over my router and I figure that might work.
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RE: No NAT with 1 IP address?

The simple answer is yes if you are only connecting one pc

> Is it possible to use no NAT with the standard account? I'm trying to get VPN to work over my router and I figure that might work.

bluewhale
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RE: No NAT with 1 IP address?

> The simple answer is yes if you are only connecting one pc
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so how do i set this up with a router and would i be able to expose the pc ip address to the internet
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RE: No NAT with 1 IP address?

You dont say what your router is so I cant help. Many routers say they suport VPN but often dont there is a lot of problems posted on newgroups. What O/S have you and why do you want VPN? Often Terminal server or some other control is better as it only requires you open one port.
Doing a no nat opens your pc to the world.



> > The simple answer is yes if you are only connecting one pc
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> so how do i set this up with a router and would i be able to expose the pc ip address to the internet

bluewhale
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RE: No NAT with 1 IP address?

need vpn for connecting to work.

i have a software firewall.

my router is the cheapo ar11 from ebuyer.
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RE: No NAT with 1 IP address?

If you are connecting to work via vpn you dont need to open up your router. If you connect from work to home you do.

It depends were the tunnel ends at a router or at a pc, some vpn are router to router other o/s to o/s.


> need vpn for connecting to work.
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> i have a software firewall.
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> my router is the cheapo ar11 from ebuyer.