Hi, I'm just a new member in this forum and I found this site very informative.
Anyways, I have a question about VPN. Is IP address of a remote user regardless it's
static or dynamic need to be check first from where he is connected locally (ISP/LAN)
if it can pass thru absolutely going to the destination (VPN server)?
Lastly, is there a VPN guide which will make a good reference.Like the NAT guide which I downloaded from this site a while ago?
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The IP address of the remote user whether its static or dynamic is actually irrelevant when connecting to a VPN. When you connect to a VPN via a client (such as Cisco VPN client) you are creating a secure tunnel.
The IP address of the remote user connects them to the Internet, the VPN client will create the secure tunnel. A specified IP address will be assigned within the VPN connection.
A configured VPN client specified for your work or home gives you the capability to connect to that network securely from anywhere in the world, providing you have an Internet connection.