Can the setup in attached image work where a personal home router is allowing a site to site vpn to a remote router behind it? If so how do you configure the home router which has a dynamic ip to allow the site to site vpn?
Is this a matter of getting a IPSEC vpn capable router and connecting the routers as shown in the diagram below and setting up the policies on both ends?
Also, after setting it up will the office LAN have access to the computer "desk0" in the image below (meaning will desk0 be in the same subnet as the office lan grabbing its ip from the office server's DHCP)?
So if I set it up like this does that mean that the user on the new subnet will be able to login to the server? Meaning it will be able to find the D.C./DNS server 192.168.1.1 on its on and I won't have to do any static routes?
Your right it is active directory. So how would I set it up where I do not have to do it manually? I just want to be able to turn the computer on remotely and login as if I was at the office. I use quickvpn and it is limited.
If I use a service like say DynDNS to always have a connection to the home dynamic ip could I create the site to site vpn? I stop short of saying gateway to gateway vpn because the connection of course is not used only for a satelite user vpn tunnel but also personal use.
Could I get a router than sepeartes the lans into two different virtual lans and hook one lan up to the office vpn and let the other lan be like a normal personal network?
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