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Masiha

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Hello

I connect to VPN, by Kerio "kerio-control-vpnclient" in "Debian",
but I want to share this connection on my local home network by proxy
I mean, every device and PC in local network connect to VPN

Please guide me how config my Debian System?

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ICT and Me

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I rather advice you to use a Kerio Control on home location.
And use Site to Site VPN.
I wonder by the way what is the reason to share KVPN for you home network?

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
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Masiha

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ICT and Me wrote on Tue, 06 January 2015 14:36

I wonder by the way what is the reason to share KVPN for you home network?

To bypass internet censorship filtering.
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ICT and Me

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hmmm... Okay.
Where are you located?
China?
Because I know China filters everything.

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Carlo Turk
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ramin006

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How could this be done?
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