Quote: Originally Posted by FliGi7
Assign your home machine a static IP, then configure your router to forward the port being used for vpn to your home machine's IP. Then, just vpn to your public IP (you can find out what it is by going to What Is My IP Address - Shows Your IP Address
from your home machine) from anywhere on the internet.
I have a static IP address for my ISP modem. My setup is ISP modem, Netgear router with a pptp port 1723 active, 3 desktop computers on the network. One of the computers has the vpn connection active. I am able to access the computer with vpn active from within my network by entering \\name of the vpn computer.
I need detail instructions on how to access my network through the internet on a computer not connected to my network. I can usually follow most instructions but my over all knowledge is limited. Thanks for any help you can provide.