Can I run two VPN servers at one location?
Here's the ingredients, can I make a nice cake?
I have a FRITZ!Box router set up and working as good as it does for VPN both inbound and site to site. The router port forwards to my server.
I have a server on which I can set up another VPN service.
I have a fixed IP address as well as a block of eight (?)
I have a domain name and I can set up subdomains.
I'm thinking I can use one on my 'other' IP addresses to send traffic to the VPN on the server. So bypassing the router. Anyone who's set up a FRITZ!Box to use a second IP address please give me a wave and say this is a good/bad idea.
The idea is user John can connect to vpn.mydomain.tld while user Janet uses vpn2.mydomain.tld. If vpn.mydomain.tld points to IP address 12.34.56.01, vpn2 points to 12.34.56.02. Both users need to end up in the same file server, viewing the same files.
Why? Because Janet has a Windows 10 PC and is locked down at home. FRITZ!Box doesn't do VPN for Windows 10. Es sei denn, Sie sprechen Deutsch. John's Mac speaks English and connects to the FRITZ!Box VPN just fine.
Or, I can let her use WebDAV. But that's over the public interwebs and far less secure than using VPN to access the server?