How to use Teamviewer to setup a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to a remote network

How to use Teamviewer to setup a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to a remote network

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10 Comments

M Sampurna Djaya

at 11:02 pm

is it possible to access siemens plc through Team viewer vpn?

Phillip Pare

at 10:37 am

What version of Team Viewer is this video based on? The menu options in this video are different to what are available in Teamviewer 10.0.46203

Bob Duncan

at 12:14 am

Man, you got a bus to catch?

Raf Zas

at 6:25 pm

Why do you ping your own IP instead of Partner IP?

Pauldotdll

at 8:32 pm

thaaaaaaaanks it work i had many problemos but it work now

Pauldotdll

at 8:40 pm

i love youre content bro
keep papa proud
vape naysh

Pauldotdll

at 8:44 pm

hey mate actually it doesnt work can you email me at jeff.dunham@aol.com to help a brother out? peace!!!!

franz lester

at 12:25 am

How about to be a host? Try installing/configure Teamviewer server its says “not ready please check your connection”

abaljeu

at 12:26 am

why is this info so hard to find. I gave up searching the TeamViewer website. They say you need a driver, but don’t link to any instructions to get the driver. thanks for posting!

Jouke Wijdoogen

at 9:22 pm

Did you already made the next video where i can really see the connection to the remoteĀ PLC ?
Setting up the VPN was Easy, but i dont get it working to connect to the network.