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Configure VPN on Netgear WGT624

Guys....

Can you help me to explain how configure netgear as VPN Router behind my server 2003......

I have 1 nic with iP public 202.148.20.42 , i want access from client to my server with vpn ......

Pls help me how to configure my netgear.....

Thks

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  • david Dec 14, 2007

    Based on the following I have joined this issue to track the solution.



    Review this article

    VPN vs VPN Passthru
    This appears to be a clear VPN and not VPN PassThru issue, if I read
    this correctly.



    Here is a reference to your router's user guide, if you need it.

    http://kbserver.netgear.com/inquira/defa..." target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >User Guide



    Depending on what you mean by IP Public

    if this is a dymanic IP address you probably need to

    understand Dynamic DNS to provide a URL (name) for your

    site

    if this is a static IP address you need to be able to establish

    a DNS presence for a domain name to access your site

    or have the users reference your server by the ISP's assigned IP
    address



    Page 6-7 indicates that Disabling SPI Firewall might be necessary



    Page 13 indicates that triggering



    VPN authentication of unique users using WIRELESS ACCESS ONLY is
    possible in the enterprise section with a radius router used as part of
    WPA enterprise.



    Mass authentication of WIRELESS users without unique identification of
    each user can be achieved using the SOHO WPA TKIP option. (Windows
    logons can provide for the identification of the unique identity of
    each user in this scenario.)

    Reviewing later portions of the solution I anticipate the SOHO TKIP solution to this may be adequate for the wireless.



    Nothing indicates the ability to secure communications by wired
    connections which should be addressed before anything else is done. It
    would be nice if the solution to this issue worked identically for wired and wireless communications. Meaning theoretically in my mind
    the "VPN client service" on your users computers should result in
    communication to your router that is port forwarded (?) to "VPN
    Authentication Service". I am interested in the
    opinion of a person that will ultimately solve this as to whether the VPN
    Authentication Service can run safely on the Windows Server or whether
    it should be performed in a separate unit.



    Then port forwarding from the "VPN Authentication Service" only the requests from properly authenticated sources to the Windows server.

    In addition if the "VPN Authentication Service" is a separate unit from the Windows Server what would be required to support single signon for users so they would not have to authenticate to both the "VPN Authentication Service" and the Windows Server in two separate actions?

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