VPN (host) -----> VPN (in vm). Anyway to do this?

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  1. squeeze

    squeeze Registered Member

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    I dont think its possible but is it?
     
  2. squeeze

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    100 views and not a single reply. come on guys.
     
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  3. redcell

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    Yes it's possible. Something I've been using for my encrypted laptop. It's pretty simple actually.

    Refer to past thread
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=294518

    The main point people must realize is that base connection must be anonymous and all VPN accounts must not be traceable.
     
  4. squeeze

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    read the thread. Tor is not relevant to me cos I will be using UDP connections. Though i use tor in vm for tcp.

    But I have had others advise (and many threads too) that u should run only one vpn client on one pc. Otherwise, u will have issues. They say that since a vpn's design is such that all connection go through it, having multiple vpns, they will interfere with each other.

    I myself posted OP after I experimented myself. I used openvpn on host anf proxpn on vm to just test and proxpn started disconnecting every minute. reconnected then disconnected next minute.

    What do u think about this?
     
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