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  1. Access/Boot System Over WAN Via Packet Squirrel from LAN Can anyone help me in this? How to configure VPN'S & IP'S ? What's the Configuration for this? - VPN, REVERSE VPN GATEWAY, NETMODE VPN/BRIDGE, STATIC IP, ROUTING ? OpenVPN payload: Remote access or client tunneling, which NETMODE ? Ethernet Bridging?, Site-to-Site Layer 2 Bridging Using OpenVPN Access Server and a Linux Gateway Client?, Site-to-site VPN routing?
  2. Hi Guys, I've had a Mark V for a couple months now, and only really just starting to use it. Not seen this mentioned before, so not sure if it's possible or whether it's just so simple that no-one's actually had to spell it out for a noob like myself so far! The idea I have is to use Karma to automagically liberate wireless clients in a given environment, by accepting their traffic on one wireless interface, and using another wireless interface to connect to an access point and passing the data through - Obviously this is no mean feat, this is a very basic feature of the Pineapple. What I w
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