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Setting Up Personal VPN

I would say I am far above a novice when it comes to networking but far from an expert. I am looking for the best way to create VPN for my home. I travel all the time and what to be able to connect to my home network (printers, network storage, TV recordings that I can only access if I'm am on the same network as the system, ect). What is my best way to approach this? I mostly have Mac products correct for do have a PC that I can set all this up on if needed.

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Setup a VPN

Hello,

I could recommend you this setup with openvpn : setup a vpn on a VPS

It takes roughly 20 min if you are new to this.

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