RV220W -- Can I set up an IPSec VPN to only allow access to a single LAN IP?
I have an IPSec VPN (client-to-router) set up and working beautifully. I can access my network from most anywhere and can access all of the network resources, no problem. I do this by IP address, since I do not have NetBIOS enabled. For example, once I connect, I can RDP to 192.168.98.xxx and connect to any one of my machines.
My question is this:
I would like to give another person VPN access, but only to a specific machine on the network. I want them to be able to ping/connect to 192.168.98.135 only and not be able to directly connect to any other machine.
I realize that once they RDP to the .135 box I will still need to deal with security from that point on. I also realize that their ability to see/ping other IP addresses on the network does not mean much without credentials for what they might try to access. But still, is there a way to do this?
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