VPN Server Configurator

VPN Server Configurator 2.6

Get access to your Mac / LAN with Mac, PC, iPhone via the Internet at the touch of a button.
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Use VPN Server Configurator to get access to your Mac / LAN with Mac, PC, iPhone via the Internet at the touch of a button! At connection setup you will spend no more than 2 minutes. Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3ZjVwv7iHg You will have a secure connection "computer - computer" over the Internet using only native Mac services. You do not need to register on the Cloud service and similar services. You will get access to your Mac / LAN even if you have a Dynamic Public IP. You can connect to your Mac / LAN with multiple devices simultaneously. After configuring the connection, you can exit the application and continue to use a remote connection to your Mac / LAN. The application configures and makes active the native VPN Server Mac OS X. Enter the number of client computers, click the button "AutoConfig" and you can connect to your Mac from anywhere! Install VPN Server Agent and you can to use a VPN Server on Mac with a Dynamic Public IP. VPN Server Agent you have full control over the status of your VPN Server. - Display the status of VPN (active connection, VPN Server On, VPN Server Off). - Display the number of active connections to the VPN Server. - Detail of active connections. - Display Public IP. Install VPN Client Configurator and you don't need to remember passwords and private keys to configure the connection to the VPN Server. Save the configuration file in the VPN Server Configurator, send it by e-mail, open it in the VPN Client Configurator, click the button "Create VPN" and your Mac is ready to connect to the VPN Server. VPN Server configuration file is encrypted using the AES256 used on the Mac OS, so you can not worry about the security of information transmitted by e-mail. WARNING!!! Do not use VPN Server Configurator on Mac OS X Server.
What's new in this version:
Optimized for use with Mac OS X 10.6 and Mac OS X 10.7.

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