VPN – Virtual Private Networking

VPN – Virtual Private Networking

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Jean-Antoine Matadi

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at 3:37 am

Holy Mose’s eli with hair!

John Negri

at 7:36 am

Why do so many people not know anything about their audio configurations, and then brag about it. Thank you guys for making me smile.

ayush srivastava

at 3:13 pm

thank you for clearing basic vpn concepts to my left ear.

Chen Murphy

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my left ear

jurgen bussche

at 10:42 pm

Eli was the texaco off my brain fuel lot’s off wisdom

Evyatar Friedmann

at 12:04 pm

When I enjoy,time is passing fast

Steven Salter

at 4:54 am

As ever I find your tutorials excellent….
However I have questions ….
As I understand it, they both do basically the same thing- create a tunnel in which the data is encrypted.
As I am a user who has converted from Windows to Linux for numerous reasons, (in fact I only find windows good for gaming…Linux is far better for everything else.)
I run a ssh server at home and connect to it using ssh, without passwords- using ssh Key for authorization- fail2ban–plus other security.
My questions are
If I have setup a ssh server do I need a VPN?…. I also know how to re-route my connection through proxy`s….what does VPN offer me over SSH?
Which is more secure?
With SSH I am able to totally control my home network using SSH via Nethunter on my nexus 6xt1100..
Does VPN offer more or less functionality than SSH? or do they both do the same thing?
Any advise would be great
Many thanks

Dsdj Antonius

at 10:17 am

Eli you re so good at teaching new things to me, I use your channel as google for everything I want to know more on, like “vpn eli the computer guy”. Thanks man!

Robert Krol

at 12:54 am

30 sek more need to take yours Ip with vpn;)

lakna perera

at 9:33 am

quite comprehensive ?thanks..


at 10:36 pm

Ooh that lefty tho

gary bill

at 5:23 pm

Great job, very informative for a techno retarded oldster. i am trying to buy bit4g which is not avaliable in the US. They said I could get around the restriction by getting VPS. I am not sure whether I should subscribe to a service, or if it already installed in my computer and don’t know how to use it. once again thanks!

Donavon Simonette

at 8:36 pm

question is there a VPN hard ware that have its own software so you dont have to pay for a subscrption?

Kishan Addagarla

at 5:31 pm

Hi Eli ,
Can please make a video on how to install a Cisco Small Business RV Series Routers
Cisco RV340 Dual WAN Gigabit VPN Router at home using port forwarding from isp Modem / router. And I am also trying to Crete a tunnel to another cloud based software
mikrotik router.
Please respond , Your answer / instruction will help a lot .

Vorcan Vorcan

at 1:11 pm

I have a question about VPN;

Does VPN client software effect anything when it’s just installed but not active?
Someone I know was advised to uninstall VPN client software because it would supposedly cause an issue with an online game that they play besides the one they wanted to connect to. (IP blocked in their area, that’s why they tried to use VPN for the other game.)

raul collantes

at 7:07 am

you are awesome!

Mufti k wardak

at 5:40 pm

Thank you Sir.

Jj Sparks

at 7:10 pm

Thanks Eli. That was awesome.

owais Qureshi

at 4:20 pm

Nice : spanning tree protocol

venky sharma

at 9:28 am

Hi sir, i want centrally softwares updating in network to all systems,with required softwares updating