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Anonymous
October 1, 2004 5:23:28 AM

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I plan to run my own home business and I would like to set up a Sun Solaris
VPN server for some of my clients to connect in. The problem is that all of
my clients and my computer are behind firewall/NAT (handled by router) with
dynamic IP. Can anyone give me some advices about this issue? All clients
are running either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP
Home/Professional.



+-------+ +--------+ INTERNET
+--------+ +-----------------------+
| Client | ------ | Router
------------------------------------------------ | Router
| ------------+--- | Sun Solaris 9 |
+-------+ +--------+ (Dynamic IP) (Dynamic
IP) +--------+ | | IPSec VPN Server |

(Dynamic DNS host name: | +------------------------+

vpn.<somename>.no-ip.com) +-------------+

|

|

+--------------+

| Other PCs |

+--------------+
--
==================================
Live Long and Prosper

Hsien-Cheng Li

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Anonymous
October 1, 2004 6:52:52 AM

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Hsien-Cheng Li ??? wrote:
> I plan to run my own home business and I would like to set up a Sun Solaris
> VPN server for some of my clients to connect in. The problem is that all of
> my clients and my computer are behind firewall/NAT (handled by router) with
> dynamic IP. Can anyone give me some advices about this issue? All clients
> are running either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP
> Home/Professional.

This can work.

Is there any specific question?
Have you tried to implement this or are you just fishing for the
experience of others?

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Anonymous
October 1, 2004 8:34:30 AM

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I haven't done yet and plan to do so .

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> Hsien-Cheng Li ??? wrote:
> > I plan to run my own home business and I would like to set up a Sun
Solaris
> > VPN server for some of my clients to connect in. The problem is that
all of
> > my clients and my computer are behind firewall/NAT (handled by router)
with
> > dynamic IP. Can anyone give me some advices about this issue? All
clients
> > are running either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP
> > Home/Professional.
>
> This can work.
>
> Is there any specific question?
> Have you tried to implement this or are you just fishing for the
> experience of others?
>
> --
> WARNING! Email address has been altered for spam resistance.
> Please remove the -deletethispart-. section before replying directly.
> Mike Drechsler (mike-newsgroup@-deletethispart-.upcraft.com)
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Anonymous
October 1, 2004 8:39:06 AM

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Hsien-Cheng Li ??? wrote:
> I haven't done yet and plan to do so .
>
> "Mike Drechsler - SPAM PROTECTED EMAIL"
> <mike-newsgroup@-DELETETHISPART-.upcraft.com> ???
> news:8E37d.325447$yk.55140@news.easynews.com ???...
>
>>Hsien-Cheng Li ??? wrote:
>>
>>>I plan to run my own home business and I would like to set up a Sun
>
> Solaris
>
>>>VPN server for some of my clients to connect in. The problem is that
>
> all of
>
>>>my clients and my computer are behind firewall/NAT (handled by router)
>
> with
>
>>>dynamic IP. Can anyone give me some advices about this issue? All
>
> clients
>
>>>are running either Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP
>>>Home/Professional.
>>
>>This can work.
>>
>>Is there any specific question?
>>Have you tried to implement this or are you just fishing for the
>>experience of others?
>>
>>--
>>WARNING! Email address has been altered for spam resistance.
>>Please remove the -deletethispart-. section before replying directly.
>>Mike Drechsler (mike-newsgroup@-deletethispart-.upcraft.com)

Well if your have troubles and the documentation and internet searches
don't help then ask your questions here.

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Anonymous
November 12, 2004 10:06:57 PM

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Mike -
researching the same idea....
If we are using the classic dynamic IP from a DSL or Cable connection,
then how do we target the VPN remote address ?
I'm guessing we would have to also install a dynamic DNS client service
that would register our changing IP address -
!