Setting up OS X as a VPN server

Scott McNulty
S. McNulty|12.29.05

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Scott McNulty
December 29th, 2005
In this article: os x server, osxserver, VPN
Setting up OS X as a VPN server
Setting up OS X as a VPN server
If you have spent any time in the corporate world you have probably heard of VPN. Virtual Private Networks are a way to securely connect to one network, say your work's network resources, from another place (like your home broadband connection). OS X server has a VPN server baked right in that allows both OS X clients and Windows clients to connect securely, but how do you set it up?

Maclive.net has just posted a great article that explores setting up an OS X VPN server as well as connecting to that server from a Mac or a Windows box.
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