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By zonan_98 ·
Dear All,

Actually I have one server (name as A, winNT 4.0) and one pc (name as B, win9 at office and i tried to connect netmeeting from remote computer from my home to pc B at office via Virtual Private Networking. For this configuration i not use firewall or proxy server to make the connection.

I can talk to pc B if my remote computer call ISP IP Address A and my office computer B call A LAN IP Address but i want to know whether i can make a call direct through VPN to my office pc B from home.

Can anyone help me here or at least tell me what kind of information I need
to use netmeeting in such situation please?

Your help will be much very extremely apppreciate

Jan
Malaysia.
mailto:zonan_98@hotmail.com

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by Joseph Moore In reply to netmeeting via vpn

Well, Netmeeting 3.01 does not have its own VPN engine, but it does have its own secure communications with certificates. If you set Netmeeting to only receive secure calls (under Tools-Options-Security) then you are using its own encryption. I don't know how high of encryption it is, but MS claims your data communication would then be secure. You could only do file transfers, whiteboard, and remote control this way.
If pc B has a static IP, connect to your ISP from home, then dial into the IPaddress, but make sure you check the box Require Security for your outbound call.
The only real way to connect via VPN is to get a VPN.
Hope this helps.

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