Well, I am now required to configure VPN for the first time and I'm not sure how/what to do.
Here is the situation, we have a Windows Server 2003 server that is located in one country and has access to certain services that are available only to IP addresses from that country. We have clients who need access to these services that are located in other countries.
The server is a standalone VMware Guest Windows Server 2003 with one NIC and one IP address. The host also has one NIC installed and it is using a different IP address, obviously.
All I need is to configure RRAS on my standalone server so it allows multiple remote users access so they can use the services available to it by location.
Do I need to install a second Virtual NIC and the DHCP service on my server and configure them to use a private IP range, and then add NAT or Routing to RRAS? Can I allow multiple users to connect to the server using a single username and password combination?
What would be the best way to go about it and what would be the required steps to accomplish this?
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