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How I create a VPN using my home connection?

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  1. ppaizon217

    ppaizon217 Regular Member

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    I want my home internet connection available to be connected from any other computer/user in the world that has the password and username required to use it.
     
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    Ok then TeamViewer or Apple Remote Desktop?
     
  5. ppaizon217

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    no, I don't need to use my computer, I need to use my local connection on my VPS!

    thanks for the efforts anyway
     
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    Probably what you want is vpn server on your home machine.
     
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    And don't forget you'll need individual ip adress from your provider. Also if you have router before home computer you need to setup port forvarding so you be able to connect to your home machine.
     
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    I've never done this OP, but I'd imagine it isn't really that hard. It should go something like:

    1. Install server-side VPN installation on machine on home network
    2. Port forward router to VPN server port of home machine
    3. Throw in home IP and designated port as HTTP or SOCKS proxy
     
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    you can simply keep setup remote desktop or keep teamviewer running to do this
     
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    If port 80 is open then how it can be done?
     
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    Set up the VPN service on a different port, and then port forward to that one instead.
     
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    The connection I want to use is dynamic. Will it work anyway?
     
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    do you have any tut? or docs?
     
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    maybe this will help you out.
    http://www.howtogeek.com/135996/how...ows-computer-without-installing-any-software/

    your dynamic IP is going to cause problems though I think - i mean how will you know what IP you need to connect to?

    edit: actually there's a few of things you could do to know your IP eg running something on your server that periodically pings a server so you get the current IP or even have a browser window open that auto refreshes a page and use web stats to get the IP
     
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    if you have a dynamic ip use dyndns.com but might be cheaper to get a static ip
     
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    to my understanding port 80 is http
    if you set up a VPN then its UDP 500 or UDP 4500 if NATed and will also need to allow IP protocol 50

    if you are tryign to run a ssl vpn (client based) then its tcp 443
    literally, I dont know how you are trying to run IPsec/SSL vpn on http
     
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