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    VPN heelp required with just 1 NIC

    Hi I was looking to see if anyone can help me set up a VPN server, which generally is simple except in this case I want it to change the ip address to the ip address of the server.

    The problem is the server only has 1 NIC, which is making it tricky.

    Happy to pay via paypal

    my email is stephen at recruitment-views.com

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    Your wanting the IP address of then client to be the same as the server, this won't be possible im afraid. the client will need either a static or DCHP assigned address.

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    As usual, Windows itself is crippled in this regard, but OpenVPN on Windows or Linux can do this, IIRC.

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