Supposing you are asked by a company to send a proposal for setting up a VPN. How do write such proposal?
Answer Question | February 7, 2012 1:11 PM
VPM Implementation, VPN, VPN Proposal
My CA sessions keep dropping. My VPN connection is solid. I am using standard VPN provided by Windows XP. If I start up a MochaSoft session first (do not even need to sign on to AS/00) All my CA sessions stay connected. How come I have to have MochaSoft up to keep CA sessions going.
Answer Question | February 21, 2010 3:37 AM
CA, Client Access, Client Access Sessions, VPN
Would like to ask, what is the best Linux distribution to be use as a VPN Server. Im actually a newbie interms of VPN, but as far as my researching is getting me something, thought we need VPN connection using IPSec. is that right IPSec? And how does it work? Really appreciate any answers……. thanks [...]
Answer Question | February 18, 2010 5:59 AM
Linux, Linux VPN, VPN
Can you explain how to connect to a Server that uses a VPN to connect few AE offices (MAN) which connects small remotely located site offices. We have to spent about US $ 800 per month to operate four AE offices. (US $ 200 per each VPN) Each AE office connects with small site three [...]
Answer Question | February 10, 2010 12:58 PM
ADSL, VPN, Vpn server hardware
My quistion is i have a local network in my country Doha Qatar. Here our telecom company (Q-tel) is providing internet. the quistion is in my office some users are using a vpn connection to access france network. they all are using their email, means the mail server will be in france. the problem is [...]
Answer Question | February 3, 2010 1:45 PM
VPN, VPN connectivity, VPN issue
I’d like to set up a VPN network across Amazon’s EC2, across both the US and Europe and my own network over IPSEC. Does anyone have experience setting up VPN on EC2, and any points to make it work well?
Answer Question | February 10, 2010 1:22 PM
Amazon EC2, Cloud Computing in 2010, Knowledge Point Challenge, VPN, VPN design, VPN on EC2
I have Wifi system on separate vlan and VPN is enabled on the Sonicwall 2040. Access works fine when accessing from outside the establishment IE home or cafe, but when I try the VPN from the wifi system we have setup it won’t go through. What am I missing?
Answer Question | February 10, 2010 6:03 PM
SonicWALL, VPN, Wifi
Hello we have in our group one HQ and 3 branches and we don,t have any infrastructure so ihave to start from zero and we have in each location ADSL internet line my questions : 1- i want to create Active directory in HQ what the best way to create child domain in branches or [...]
Answer Question | December 30, 2009 12:29 PM
Active Directory, Exchange, ISA, VPN
Hi all, I’ve the following scenario: 1 Domain controller Windows 2003 Server R2 1 “VPN” Server Windows 2008 SP2 I’ve Certification Authority on my DC, by now this CA provides authentication for the Outlook Web Access (form based authentication) and for the ActiveSync for some PDAs. I want to deploy a Windows 2008 remote access [...]
Answer Question | January 10, 2010 4:11 PM
ActiveSync, Domain Controller, Mobile, VPN, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008 SP2
I read your expert response about XP only allowing one incoming VPN connection at a time. Is this the case with Vista also? If so, are there any free VPN software servers that can handle many incoming VPN connections to Windows XP/Vista/7?
Answer Question | December 11, 2009 8:48 PM
Networking, Vista, VPN, Windows 2000, Windows 2000 desktop
What should I do if I need to add VPN pass through function to a SOHO router?
Answer Question | September 11, 2012 7:13 PM
Routers, VPN, VPN gateways, VPN Passthrough
What are the pro’s and con’s of the three ways to set up a VPN: There are three ways to get VPN: 1) Do it yourself; 2) Use a VPN service provider; 3) Purchase a VPN appliance.
Answer Question | August 14, 2010 7:31 PM
Virtual Private Network, VPN
How to create VPN Tunnel in Router which uses BGP as Routing Protocol and the client side Router also using BGP as Routing Protocol. Please guide me in this.
Answer Question | February 18, 2011 2:19 AM
BGP, Cisco 7200, Cisco Routers, Routers, Routing protocols, VPN, VPN Tunnel
I’m attempting to set up an Exchange server for a company that currently receives email through POP mailboxes. Since the company has two websites, would you recommend two Exchange servers (one for each site)? Or would you suggest one Exchange server and simply have email passed over a LAN to a VPN? How should I [...]
Answer Question | November 24, 2009 9:41 PM
Exchange Server, LAN, POP mailboxes, VPN
I am changing our network from a flat network (LANSPAN) to a network with subnets and VPN’s. Currently there is just one router at a central location that the other 7 schools point back to for Internet access. The 7 locations all make up one domain that link back to this central location. What is [...]
Answer Question | September 11, 2012 5:41 AM
Network Configuration, Subnets, VPN, VPN configuration
Hi, We are combining an couple offices next week & i need some advice. The networks already have VLANs set up. we have a Cisco 3550 Layer 3 switch set up to route traffic. The servers are on this site also. The network IP’s are 10.1.1.x, 10.1.4.x & 10.1.5.x. Servers reside on all of those [...]
Answer Question | November 16, 2009 4:12 PM
ASA, Cisco 3550, LAN, Network Configuration, Network management, Network Topology, PIX, PIX 506e, PIX 515E, VLAN, VPN, WAN
Hello Everyone, My VP of the company wants to setup a VPN. He wants to be able to take Iomega 150d NAS drive home it has it own ip address and be able to do the backups at home off site to the Iomega 150d, but the server is at work. We have 2 netgear [...]
Answer Question | August 30, 2012 12:03 AM
IOMEGA, NAS, VPN, VPN hardware, VPN security
Hi , I’m going to implement VPN pass through in a SOHO router. What should I do? Could you give me some suggestions and some papers about it? Thank you.
Answer Question | December 3, 2009 9:03 AM
VPN, VPN Passthrough
A user I support has been having an ongoing bsod problem. I’ve been analyzing his minidump files for awhile now, and to me, they look to always point to crypto.sys as the problem driver. Crypto.sys is a driver used by Netscreen Remote (VPN client). Apparently, upgrading to the latest version is supposed to resolve this [...]
Answer Question | November 9, 2009 3:32 PM
BizTalk, Blue Screen of Death, CRYPTO, NetScreen, VPN
This is not a question, but a resolution to a problem I ran across recently. After having worked successfully for years, no one could connect to an SBS 2003 Standard server with VPN. Server is up to date on patches, and one of this month’s patches from Microsoft may have caused the problem. I went [...]
Answer Question | October 29, 2009 1:33 PM
Remote connection, SBS 2003, VPN, Vpn services