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Quick question about VPNs

Yes, I do this myself.

Just note however that the speed you will be able to send and receive to your SMB shares is directly linked to your home ISP's upload limit.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello.

 

I have a home server with shared folders (SMB) that are shared with the HomeGroup and are accessible from a local network. I have also connected it to a VPN hosted by Microsoft Azure (SSTP) which I plan to use to access the shared folders from remote networks. So my question is, if I were to connect a client to that VPN, will that client be able to access the shared folders and remain connected to the Internet (the VPN has no internet connection)?


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Yes, I do this myself.

Just note however that the speed you will be able to send and receive to your SMB shares is directly linked to your home ISP's upload limit.


 

 

 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

Yes, I do this myself.

Just note however that the speed you will be able to send and receive to your SMB shares is directly linked to your home ISP's upload limit.

Thank you. I don't need to worry about the upload speed, it's 300 Mb/s. :)


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Thank you. I don't need to worry about the upload speed, it's 300 Mb/s. :)

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