> A need has arisen to deploy a VPN solution for a *small* company that is
> re-locating to a static and mobile office model and as this falls outside my
> level of competence I am looking for a specialist to carry out the work.
>> What I'm looking for is someone to come in, talk it through, set it up, show
> me what they have done, test it, and perhaps do some small tweaks as they
>> Typically its a 3 user MS Windows environment, linux server serving samba
> fileshares and a printer, now also a linux firewall, eircom "home starter"
> aDSL broadband, which is AFAIR dynamic IP.
>> the data files be made available are small, typically not more than 40k: no
> megabyte media files!
>> I would welcome people's thoughts and suggestions for this, off list i think
> would be apropiate.
>yes dynamic IP
I use http://www.dyndns.com/ even though my IP is actually static
(Digiweb Metro 3Mbps package)
With port forwarding and VPN support on most ADSL routers it should be
If the supplied eircom router/ADSL modem is stupid even Argos has decent
ones these days.
you can get VPN server for Linux box that work with built in SW on XP
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