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A virtual private network (VPN), allows to connect components to a network, via another network, such as the Internet. A Windows XP Professional computer can act as a remote-access file server so that other users can connect to it by using VPN, and then access shared files on local drives or on network. VPN, connections transfer data using the routing infrastructure of the Internet, but to the user it appears as though the data were being sent over a dedicated private link.

Components of VPN Includes a VPN server, a VPN client and a VPN connection.

  • How to create the VPN server interface, step-by-step

    1. Click Start | Control Panel.
    2. In the Control Panel, open the Network Connections applet.
    3. In the Network Connections window, open the New Connection Wizard

    4. On the Welcome To The New Connection Wizard page, click Next.
    5. On the Network Connection Type page, select the Set Up An Advanced Connection option.

    6. On the Advanced Connection Options page, select the Accept Incoming Connections option and click Next.

    7. On the Devices For Incoming Connections page , you can select optional devices on which you want to accept incoming connections.

    8. On the Incoming Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connection page , select the Allow Virtual Private Connections option and click Next.
    9. On the User Permissions page, select the users that are allowed to make incoming VPN connections. Click Next.
    10. Any user that isn’t selected won’t be able to initiate an incoming connection.
    11. On the Networking Software page, click on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) entry and click the Properties button.
    12. Configuring TCP/IP properties
    In the Incoming TCP/IP Properties dialog box, place a check mark in the Allow Callers To Access My Local Area Network check box. This will allow VPN callers to connect to other computers on the LAN. If this check box isn’t selected, VPN callers will only be able to connect to resources on the Windows XP VPN server itself. Click OK to return to the Networking Software page and then click Next.
    13. Granting LAN access to callers
    On the Completing The New Connection Wizard page, click Finish to create the connection.
    After the Incoming Connection is complete, right-click on the connection in the Network Connections window and select the Properties command.

    Please remember to forward traffic from your router to the windows XP computer in order to connect from internet

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