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Setting up a VPN on OS X 10.7.2 Lion


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Hello I need to setup a Desktop running OS X 10.7.2 Lion as a VPN server and be able to connect to my business from my Macbook Pro 8 running 10.6 Snow Leopard. Can anyone point me to the information I need on how to set this all up? I have a static IP address for my business with a DSL Modem/Router combo. I also would like to know how long this should take generally so I can estimate the hours for someone that quotes me to do this job if I can't handle it myself... Sorry, a lot of needs in this question I know... Thanks in advance!
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What private IP ranges does your business AND home network use, ie 192.168.0.XXX

What do you want to access on your business from home and what servers are your business running

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I'll have to get back at you but I believe home and business are just using standard 192.168.1.1 -255 DHCP
No servers just a single desktop in the business (the one with Lion) and i am needing to access POS IM, a POS software. Want to be able to do it from my Macbook from anywhere.... The POS people said it would be easy to setup...
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