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Cisco vpn sever set up

Hi, I just want to learn how can I set up a vpn server to connect my computer from somewhere different?

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Here's a tutorial for you on VPN: http://www.computernetworkinghelp.com/content/view/41/1/ As trying to type it down here would just be too much...lol Have fun with that!!

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