Configure a XP Pro PC as a VPN server for free

Segment from Hak5 1×04 – Configure a XP Pro PC as a VPN server for free and keep your wireless traffic secure
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25 Responses to Configure a XP Pro PC as a VPN server for free

  1. joelet123 says:

    these videos are the base for my tecnoeducation

  2. jahaniaan says:

    there is no description how to port forwarding ? is that important because i could not connect i dont know that is wrong

  3. abdelrahman142 says:

    Type on google ‘VpnAccounts’ and click on the first website. It’s so Cheap + Fast. It supports: PPTP L2TP SSTP OpenVPN I have been using it for the past 2 weeks. It works perfectly (better than all the VPN i ever used)

  4. desterrrrrrrr says:

    You can also do some pretty cool things as well, for example you can access all of your shared iTunes music and uhhh… YEAH AND IF YOUVE GOT AN AIRPORT EXPRESS~!! … then you can uhhh login to your network and blast your uhhhh…. OH YEAH YOUR ROOMMATE~!! LOL~!!! all finishn eachothers sentences n shit~ naw but i like this video, taught me me sum shit bout VPNs in 2008~

  5. ADENTISTRY says:

    I got conntection with VPN server and try to open file of the server with start->run>\ipaddok but it didn’t work. I can see acrivity sent 702,165 bytes and received 27,064,087 . How can I open the server’s folder?

  6. oceanbeach7 says:


  7. JoeGoalie says:

    Doesn’t work for me. It connects, but isn’t actually connected. It shows ipv4 not connected and isn’t sending any packets back and forth.

  8. SomeNoob13 says:

    You CAN buy certs to increasing trust of you. But you don´t need it if you don´t care about users.

  9. ecotts says:

    Hey, I was considering buying a Billion BiPAC 7402NX VPN wireless router to set up a a tunnel to access my network from my Mac or Windows 7 laptop, I’m still trying to work out how the encryption works. The router supports embedded IPSec VPN (Virtual Private Network) protocols, allowing users to establish encrypted private connections of up to 16 simultaneous tunnels over the Internet with a built-in DES / 3DES VPN accelerator. Do I have to buy encryption like a SSL cert, or is it free?

  10. microsoftodessa says:

    thank u :)

  11. drexr951 says:

    i did everthing you guys said but with i try to put in my own password to connect vpn it tells me i connect with the user name and pasword i put in wat should i do

  12. pdhag says:

    xp also allows setting up of FTP (inetroot) using microsoft windows components addition from control panel, with that you can have all the files (music movies) via FTP too. good for larger file upload download. required port FWD from router to localhost (FTP 21 may be)

  13. crax83 says:

    You’re welcome, and good luck with the encrypting :)

  14. Zeldakitteh says:

    I see. Thank you.

  15. crax83 says:

    If the school allows that kind of connections the admins wont be able to see the information. But some schools (and offices) only allows outgoing connections to a few ports like 80 and 443. But if that’s the case you could set up a Linux box with the SSH-server on 443 and use that as a proxy to encrypt what get’s sent and received to your browser, and a some other programs (there are guides for this on net).

  16. Zeldakitteh says:

    Does that apply to school networks, I.E – Would the administrators see information transmitted, like passwords?

  17. crax83 says:

    1. When you connect to the VPN it will do a handshake and establish a secure connection before you log in. So the password is encrypted. 2. Yes, also the information you receive from the network is encrypted.

  18. Zeldakitteh says:

    They could still use your password while you were away. Creating their own account. Or visiting a website installing malicious software that takes control of your computer.

  19. joseitodemiami says:

    change the original password before go to a coffee shop or vacation and then go back after finish your vacations or whatever and set the original password.

  20. Zeldakitteh says:

    What stops people in coffee shops with packet sniffers from catching the password you write to connect to your virtual private network? And the information you send to the network, would that be encrypted?

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  22. cybhunter007 says:

    in a similar situation of deskreel, I configured the vpn on my computer to accept incoming connections. I’m using the external IP (with port forwarding). Able to connect but not browse, I try to input the ip address of the server, but an error denotes that the network path was not found. What could be causing this?

  23. asadalavi says:

    the user name and pasword might be the person pc account password that your connecting to but i having problem with host name from were am gona put host name

  24. eklizia says:

    From where do you get the username and password? where is it generated? From the SERVER?

  25. ieshiaporter says:

    guys, there is an awesome free program out that hides your ip address youtube . com /watch?v=hL4ZBNhlGwI

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