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Posted by TimLi
Photon

Single server access multiple PC via VPN

Hi,

I need to setup a network of 3 PCs over 3/4G connection via VPN. Will the paid version allows me to do that? Currently by using the free version, I can only access to one VPN node at a time even though I have two PCs connected in TeamViewer's VPN

Thanks,

tim

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Posted by Senior Moderator Senior Moderator
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Re: Single server access multiple PC via VPN

Hi Tim,

Thanks for posting!

Unfortunately I don't think TeamViewer will suit this need. Our VPN is only a one to one connection designed for accessing and administrating one device. It is not designed to create a network like you are wanting to do.

I'm sorry about that.

-Scotty

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Re: Single server access multiple PC via VPN

Hi Tim,

Thanks for posting!

Unfortunately I don't think TeamViewer will suit this need. Our VPN is only a one to one connection designed for accessing and administrating one device. It is not designed to create a network like you are wanting to do.

I'm sorry about that.

-Scotty

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Posted by alex0667
Henagon

Re: Single server access multiple PC via VPN

Hello, recently I have configured a VPN via 3g/4g for administering a little network.

You need to work in static routes to obtain access to an internal network.

When you establish a VPN connection between two machines, you have two public IP connected, of 7.0.0.0/8 netowrk address.

In Machine a, the client the access the VPN network you need to set one or more static route to the private network (in remote site), example: route add 192.168.1.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 7.0.50.31, where 7.0.50.31 is, for example, the IP assigned to remote VPN computer.

Additionally, you need to set a static route in remote networl (for example in the dg router) for the reply packets, example: route add 7.0.50.212 MASK 255.255.255.255 192.168.1.11, where 7.0.50.212 is the public IP assigned from TeamViewer to the client and 192.168.1.11 is the remote machine where you have installed TeamViewer and you have enabled VPN support.

I'm using this solution to acces my private network, at home, where I have a VMware lab, from my Office.

Regards

Alessandro