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Ambit VPN Setup


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#1 Azure Kite

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Posted 25 May 2010 - 12:35 AM

Hey all,

I've been having a hell of a time lately with my Ambit Cable Modem. I'm trying to configure the VPN so a remote PC can connect to it but I cannot get it right. I'm a decent techie, but I'm new to VPN. Here's what my configuration looks like for the tunnel at the moment. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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#2 kevinds

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 01:14 AM

No responces as to if you've fixed this or not.

Just for example your laptop? One computer needs to be connected?

Or do you want to connect 2 networks together?

If just one or two computers use the L2PT/PPTP configuration between Configure and Event Log.

You'll be done in 10 min.

On your computer, XP or above, Connect to Workplace with VPN, use the username/password you created (Suggested in Advanced networking options to Disable Use Default Gateway of Remote Network) If you're using Mac or Linux create a VPN connection, either L2TP or PPTP.

If you're connecting 2 computer networks together... that gets a whole lot more complicated :thumbsup:

Kevin




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