VPN and playing Worms?

VPN and playing Worms?

Post by Rizzl » Mon, 15 Sep 2003 04:52:54


Hi,

I am no expert on this area, and would appreciate some answers.

I've been wondering with a friend of mine, if we can create a VPN between
our computers and play Worms World Party via local network area?

If possible, could anyone please give us a hint how to do this? How do we
create VPN between our computers in the first place? Are there some special
programs that do this, or is it simply done by a firewall program?

Cheers in advance!!!

Rizzla
 
 
 

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I have installed and registered Norton AntiVirus 2007 & updated to program
version 14.4.0.12. I have NAV 2007 installed on a fully-patched Windows XP
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Server (XP's built-in VPN Server software). I have created an Internet Worm
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(allowed incoming connections from TCP Port 1723), via a client computer;
however, the VPN connection only lasts for a few seconds to a few minutes,
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enabled, the VPN connection will not stay connected. I am aware that
Symantec is aware of this specific issue, namely, that the Internet Worm
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supposed to be possible, by creating a "General Rule," allowing the specific
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configuration of a PPTP VPN pass-through rule, at least, not one that I am
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since December of 2006. My question is how can I configure NAV 2007 to not
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connections to remain connected, until the connected client computers request
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Thank you.

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Dylan James

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