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Windows 7 VPN Server ip questions
on my computer at home my network which is 192.168.0.x I have set up incoming vpn connections connection on my Windows 7 computer.
On the vpn when dhcp is selected for clients I cant connect, should the vpn be passing on ip addresses from my netgear router when this is selected?
Manually specifying a range works. Should this range be the same subnet or is it best to have a different subnet like 192.168.1.x? Will traffic route automatically?
Also if the location I am connecting to my vpn from has the same subnet as my home network will this cause issues? ie if I am trying to connect across the vpn to 192.168.0.2 but that same address exists on the network I am connecting from.
What is the best way to set this up please?
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