Raspberry Pi 2 VPN Server Easy Way

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Hey This is a how to install vpn server on raspberry pi 2. We will be covering debian / raspbian installation as well as how to install pptp. Hope you enjoyed this video and thanks for the view!

Raspbian https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/

win32diskimager http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/

portforward instructions http://portforward.com/

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    bsdaiwa

    1 year ago

    Great instructions, easy to follow, thanks. Would you consider looking at the following and doing a video like this one explaining how this is done?

    http://makezine.com/projects/send-ticket-isp-when-...

    For a nob, the instructions are not clear and you did such a good job on the VPN setup I though you could clear this up.

    I have been looking for this. Thanks for the instructions.

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    RataP

    2 years ago

    Thanks. its a great video..Well, it would be great if you add all those commands in the written section so we can not only copy paste but also share it.

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    edwinkortmiguelalm

    Reply 3 years ago

    I like those things written as well, so you can read it over again. Of course you can replay the video,

    to be honest, making a video is much more work then writing the how to. you should try it sometime and see the difference

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    mrsharkit

    3 years ago on Introduction

    this site is for sharing instructables, with written INSTRUCTIONS, not just for sharing videos... for that there's already youtube...

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    this is taken directly from raspberry pi contest

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