gobbly wrote:What you are describing as your requirements actually indicates a VPN. A VPN would put you 'on the network' and would basically act as if you were plugged into your internal network segment. All traffic would then be routed through to the remote network, again, as if you were plugged in locally. As mentioned you can kinda simulate this through multiple rdp/ssh/vnc connections, where you connect to a host, then use any of those methods to further access the internal network, however, depending on how you use it and your internal network configuration, that can get confusing (you can end up with a long chain of connections).
Prodigal wrote:I do like the idea of setting up an SSH tunnel for secure browsing when I'm on open Wi-Fi, but I never could figure out how to get it going
Unable to contact a DHCP server. The Automatic Private IP Address 169.254.39.27 will be assigned to dial-in clients. Clients may be unable to access resources on the network.
Error 720: A connection to the remote computer could not be established. You might need to change the network settings for this connection.
The user <Server Name>\<User Name> connected to port VPN4-127 has been disconnected because no network protocols were successfully negotiated
Prodigal wrote:I know and love tversity, have been using it for years, but I don't like having to open a port to stream outside the home network, and I would also much rather prefer that the connection be encrypted. One of the goals of this little project of mine is to be able to use tversity to stream via it's web interface
GK_ wrote:Prodigal wrote:I know and love tversity, have been using it for years, but I don't like having to open a port to stream outside the home network, and I would also much rather prefer that the connection be encrypted. One of the goals of this little project of mine is to be able to use tversity to stream via it's web interface
I'm actually using tversity and doing that exact thing over ssh using the /flashlib option on tversity. Using the regular interface, browsers seem to want to download the entire file, but the /flashlib option has worked well for me.
Prodigal wrote:I've used VLC's "open network stream" and then copy & pasted the link from the tveristy web interface to stream successfully.
Unfortunately I'd prefer to do the VPN as I have more than one tveristy server running and don't want to have to open more ports on the router.
SteelSlapper wrote:PPTP is vulnerable, L2TP is a little better. OpenVPN uses much stronger encryption and methods of encrypting, but you do require the OpenVPN client, which may or not be available on your devices.
I wouldn't configure WINS.
http://docstore.mik.ua/orelly/networkin ... h14_11.htm
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