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looking for a icmp tunnel vpn and client windows binary


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i have been looking for a icmp tunneling vpn system / proxy server for a while now and while there are a few of them out there binary installers for windows are hard to find and i am totally at a lose as to compiling source code manually.

i am looking for icmp tunneling vpn server that has a windows binary installer and a gui interface for easy setup. the server will be a windows xp machine running at my house and the client will be a i book G4 which i have been able to find clients for but i do need to make sure the server and client are compatable

Edited by mikeloeven, 15 June 2010 - 01:31 PM.

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why are you wanting this set up exactly?
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1 because i can
2 it is hard to moniter or intecept and most firewalls ignore them completely
3 i am looking for somthing to do because i am bored.
4 the isp at the remote location doesent block or censore the internet but it does block certain ports for ""our own saftey""


but no i am not trying to hack or do anything malicious i just want a direct secret connection between my two computers and i just generally enjoy expirimenting with new things

Edited by mikeloeven, 15 June 2010 - 02:24 PM.

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4 the isp at the remote location blocks certain ports for ""our own saftey""



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why not try google? leave the VPN off of your search phrase

Edited by dsenette, 15 June 2010 - 02:25 PM.

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ummm i control both networks it is the isp that is giving me issues and there is no other service in the area. and nothing in the service agreement says anything about any kind of vpn connection

Edited by mikeloeven, 15 June 2010 - 02:29 PM.

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irrelevant, you don't own the internet, and you don't own your ISP. you're traversing their network and we can't help you bypass any rules that they put in place on their network
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last i checked noone owned or controlled the internet. traversing the isp network is somthing you pay for and are entitled to especially since they do allow vpn's. so once the vpn is established the only traversing your doing is the tunnel it's self any contents of the tunnel are subject to the rules of the second isp who controlls the main network not those of the first isp since they blatently allowed vpns. the type of vpn shouldn't matter.
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again, do your googeling on the correct term. there's no such thing as an ICMP tunneling VPN or an ICMP tunnel VPN...
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