How to:Configure/Setup Your VPN(server side) on Windows Server 2003 R2

Hello everyone, in this short article we will learn how to configure VPN on server side. In this sample I will give quick tutorial (based on real experiment) how to configure/setup VPN server on Windows server 2003 R2 and also the business behind it how to make money from your VPN.

First before we start please read the requirements:

  1. Computer with Microsoft windows server 2003 R2 operating system
  2. 2 LAN card, 1 is OK
  3. Static public IP

OK, if you meet all the requirements let’s start to configure it.

1. Start -> Run -> type “services.msc

Select Routing and Remote Access from the services list, See it’s Properties switch start-up to Automatic then start this service.


2. Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Routing and Remote Access.

3. Right click on the computer then select the option Configure and Enable Remote and Routing Access.

4. Follow the Configuration Wizard

  • Click Next
  • From the configuration list select Custom Configuration and hit Next
  • Select VPN Access and NAT and Basic Firewall Option, hit Next
  • Click on Finish tab.

4. Configure NAT (Network Address Translation)

  • Go to Routing and Remote Access panel
  • Expand computer name (Local)
  • Expand IP Routing
  • Right Click on NAT/Basic Firewall
  • Use New Interface to add the network translation.


5. It’s Done, now your VPN server is ready, the last thing is add user to connect to your VPN by Start -> Run -> Type “lusrmgr.msc


Dude now it’s really done just configure on your client side and you’re connected! Now learn the business behind it, I know not much people are looking for VPN service but if they really need it they will buy it. There is some website out there sell VPN service with high price, said you can sell your own VPN and make money from it. Why? Because everything is money (evil laugh) if you know how to managed and optimize it.

How to get started on this business? to low the cost I recommended you to buy VPS or Dedicated Server then configure/setup your VPN, sell it to people!? you make money and smile 😛 If you guys/gals need VPS/Dedicated Server fell free to contact me I sold it *lol stop promote yourself*

Have a good day 🙂

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