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Standard User homer79
(newbie) Sun 13-Feb-11 18:06:51
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Draytek 2920


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Hi,

Next month hopefully FTTC should be available to me. I'm planning to go with 8 IP addresses. I was wondering if the Draytek 2920 would be right for the job. I would like to be able to vpn into my network and access one machine, also connect to the internet from there, thus bypassing the office filtering. Am I correct in reading the manual that the router do it directly.

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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Sun 13-Feb-11 20:11:59
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Re: Draytek 2920


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As an aside, that will build an attack vector into your corporate network, bypassing the firewall. You should be sacked for doing that.



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Anonymous
(Unregistered)Sun 13-Feb-11 20:19:24
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I don't think he was asking your opinion just if it was possible


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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Sun 13-Feb-11 20:20:21
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Re: Draytek 2920


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In reply to a post by Anonymous:
I don't think he was asking your opinion just if it was possible
As I said, that was an aside.



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Standard User homer79
(newbie) Sun 13-Feb-11 20:46:01
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Re: Draytek 2920


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Hi,

My boss knows exatcly what im doing. The only reason we need to bypass the office filtering is so I can remotely connect to DVR's from 1 ip address where ever I am. It would be alot easier for everybody to be able to connect to my network. The office connection isn't good enough to handle vpn's all the time.
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