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Point to point tunneling Protocol

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Hello there folks...

is there any threads anyone knows about concerning point to point tunneling protocol, is there any support for this currently available? Has it been done before and is it possible in autoit? if any one can provide me with any links, or reference In that direction? I'd dearly appreciate it

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Are you asking to code a PPTP vpn connection yourself in AutoIt3?

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yea

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Maybe you need to start reading on this subject a little more before asking this here, but the short answer is NO.

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so the shortest way is creating my own server and client via tcp/ip? i.o.w. waste a lot of time designing packet structures and so forth?? LOL I'M DAMNED BY NATURE? WHY? WHY? WHY? HEHEHE thanks anyhow m8.

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Could you maybe start with trying to explain what you want to accomplish in stead of talking in riddles and come up with these wild ideas about Client server apps and vpn tunnels which aren't really related other that when you want to secure the connectivity?

Jos

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My brother told me about pptp and as far as I understand it, 2 client connect to a server directly linking it to each other, so yes to secure the connection, because its basically for a chat application, so yea...

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There are several programs (in autoit) that provide client-server chat capability. I recommending looking at one of them (via search) to write your own, or just use their solutions outright.

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