Multiple vpns, one with access to lan and on without



  • Hi. I wonder if it is possible to set two different VPNS . I want one that I can access everything on my private network . and one as friends can connect to when they are not in Sweden . for example, to be able to watch Netflix . but it should not be able to join or see my private network. Is this possible to do?
    /Regards



  • Hi,
    that is possible.
    You can set up two VPN servers with different tunnel subnets and give one access to LAN and the other only to internet.



  • @viragomann:

    Hi,
    that is possible.
    You can set up two VPN servers with different tunnel subnets and give one access to LAN and the other only to internet.

    Thank for your replay
    Ok nice, witch vpn should  i use to do this? (i have never used  vpn as a server only as a klient)
    is it anything special i need to do to set this upp?

    /regards



  • @chali:

    witch vpn should  i use to do this?

    Any vpn is practical for this intention. If you use IPSec there would be no extra client software necessary in Windows.
    However, OpenVPN is the recommended vpn on pfSense and it's much easier to set up. There is a wizard available for easy and quick installation of OpenVPn with certificate auth. And you may install the package "OpenVPN client export utility", so you can easily export a client tool for Windows together with configuration and certificates or config + certs for other OSes.



  • @viragomann:

    @chali:

    witch vpn should  i use to do this?

    Any vpn is practical for this intention. If you use IPSec there would be no extra client software necessary in Windows.
    However, OpenVPN is the recommended vpn on pfSense and it's much easier to set up. There is a wizard available for easy and quick installation of OpenVPn with certificate auth. And you may install the package "OpenVPN client export utility", so you can easily export a client tool for Windows together with configuration and certificates or config + certs for other OSes.

    Thank you for the replay,
    And thanks for the info, if i can make this work it would be awesome =)

    /Regards


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