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  1. Anonymous
    May 29, 2013

    Amazing information

  2. TPC
    July 14, 2013

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Anonymous
    July 23, 2013


  4. Anonymous
    July 27, 2013

    I like Step By Step on how to setup a VPN.

  5. Anonymous
    August 15, 2013

    Just what I was looking for. Thanks.

  6. Sam
    February 19, 2014

    I tried this and it worked! Just a question, is it possible to make the teamviewer vpn automatic connect upon Windows logon? And is the new Teamviewer ip address static? Meaning it doesn’t change everytime you connect you get a similar ip address?

    • Jaseem
      March 19, 2014

      Hi Sam,
      Be frank time being I didn’t try the way you specified. But sure I will try it and let you know via another post. Keep in touch

    • Tiak
      November 4, 2014

      No this is not possible. You can set Teamviewer to open with Windows so it is ready awaiting connections. But to get Teamviewer to make connections to other computers whether it is Remote Desktop/VPN or Presentation you must manually initiate it.

      Maybe try you luck with Hamachi

      • Tiak
        November 4, 2014

        Also I can pretty much guarantee at least on the free version anyway that you won’t get a static IP address as IP addresses cost money. You will be assigned an IP address from a pool of IP addresses, much like 90% of ISPs does with their ADSL residential customers, if you want a static IP with your ISP you hire one of them.

  7. Shahbaz Ali
    March 4, 2014

    Nice Sharing

  8. Shahbaz Ali
    March 4, 2014

    A little question regarding vpn may i use office computer as internet sharing computer at home or other ???

    • Jaseem
      March 19, 2014

      Hi Shahbaz Ali,
      Sorry, I can’t get you. Please explain more

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    March 15, 2014

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  10. Mark
    July 7, 2014

    Great tutorial thanks!

    Here’s a tip which could have saved me a couple of hours. Being on non domain and having to specify computer name\username wasn’t working for me. It was connecting to the remote windows (because I got the password prompt).

    It turned out that I had once changed my username (for that account) on the remote PC. Except it wasn’t changed very deep in he system as the User folder in C:\Users was still named after the old user name. Almost as if the new name I have been using was only an alias.

    So I used the original username, which I haven’t used in years, and it worked.

    To be clear, I’m not talking about a different user account. Just the original name I used, the one that I changed later to the one I log in with when I’m in front of that PC.

  11. Adarsh Joshi
    July 31, 2014

    Thnks a lot…..

  12. Greg
    August 20, 2014

    VPN connects, can see some traffic but not working for me, test ping fails, did you have to add any static routes? I’ve got both firewalls off

  13. Steve Smith
    August 25, 2014

    I can ping but cannot get past the vpn login prompt to access the remote PC. What program do I need to allow throught he firewall? I have Teamviewer allowed already. Are there any settings I need to change?

    Thanks in advance

    • Admin
      November 26, 2014

      Hi Steve Smith,
      This is because of wrong credentials. Please enter
      Password: REMOTE PC PASSWORD


  14. Andrew
    September 4, 2014

    What is the max connections for the vpn? since i have 2 pc that need to access the same machine shared folder.

  15. anto
    November 19, 2014

    VPN not working on mac OS X

    • sf
      January 5, 2015

      Yes I cannot find it on TW OSX. If someone can, please share.

  16. jagenhof
    March 5, 2015

    Can I use VPN to get onto other network devices on the remote/client LAN?
    i.e. Server to Remote client = TeamViewer VPN

  17. knockNrod
    May 18, 2015

    Do you know if you can define a static route on the remote computer to reach other computers on the remote network from your local machine? For example, your home computer, A, connects to your work computer, B. I want to go from A to, say, your office-mates computer, C. Assuming you could remote desktop to B and reach computer C, is it possible to define a static route on B such that a VPN between A and B could be routed through B to allow A to reach C. Seems possible. Not sure where to begin with Windows.

  18. Qu
    July 7, 2015

    I’d be interested in how to properly setup VPN into a CISCO router so that clients may connect to the network.

  19. Dindo Pagdato
    September 3, 2015

    Hi Guys,

    How secure is the teamviewer vpn?

  20. nir
    February 9, 2016

    Is the vpn goes directly from computer A to computer B or goes through team viewer server ?
    Is the vpn goes over HTTP/HTTPS or not ? if not what ports I need to open (each side ?)

  21. Babar
    February 10, 2016


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