Connecting to a VPN is available is not entirelyfamiliar to the average user scenario - there are many aspects that can not fail to take into account and which is easy to forget when setting up.
Now this kind of connection is becoming increasingly popular among service providers, so to be able to customize it will not be superfluous for any category of users on the computer.
You will need
- - Connection settings of your Internet service provider.
Check your connection settings, find the login, password, and access point from your ISP.
Go to "Control Panel", open the itemmenu "Network Connections." Select the "Create a new connection" in the upper left corner. You have the connection wizard will appear on the screen, click "Next".
Select the second point - "Connect to the network at my workplace". Next select "Connect to a virtual part of the network."
In the new window, enter a name for the connection of the label - the provider name or any other designation convenient for you.
If there is a need, enter the number to connect to the network. If you are using a dedicated permanent access to the Internet, then skip this step.
Enter the computer's IP-address or point access provider, depending on what you are connecting through a VPN-connection.
Select the login and password to access the settings for each user and add a shortcut to the connection on your desktop.
From the Network Connections folder, click onyou have created the position of the right mouse button and select "Properties". Enter your username and password in the connection configuration items and save them.
Put a check in "Call back when you break a link." In the "Security" option is required to check the box "Require data encryption".
Under the tab "Net"Open the settings menu item" Internet Protocol (TCP / IP) ». Make sure that the IP and DNS assignment is automatic.
On the "Advanced" tab, check whetherthe box next to Use the default gateway on the remote network. Apply the changes, close all windows by alternately pressing the "OK" button in each of them.