WRV54G VPN setup (need help) Newbie

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Oak, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. Oak

    Oak Guest

    I have PC's on my network that I would like to be able to access by hostname/Ip address from my house.
    I am using Charter at the office that I want to access and am getting a DHCP address from them on my router. My Host's are configured to get a to 110.
    How do I setup the Router/vpn on it to accept VPN connections from my house? What do I need to do on the router and what do I need to do on the client trying to connect in?
    Thanks a ton and I hope I made myself clear.
  2. AbNormal

    AbNormal Network Guru Member

    I'm sure it sounded clear as you typed it, but I'm confused... :(
    . You want to access from your house, or to your house? You can see how easily I'm confused!

    Also, in the statement:
    ... again, do you want to access your office or your home.

    Once we understand the terminology, and direction of access, I'm sure your question will be answered.

  3. jdepew

    jdepew Administrator Staff Member Member

    if you want to be able to access your network constantly, while using a DHCP assigned address, your best bet would be to use a service such as dynDNS.org that allows ou to use a domain name rather than an IP that may change. For example you can use oak.homeip.net to connect

    for everything else you need to explain exactly what youd like to do.

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