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    is there any way ti create a V.N. that is free... i need it for mainly ftp because i have many files that need to be transfered and i dont have a C.D. burner on one of them
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    I'll risk sounding stupid but what's a V.N.?

    What exactly do you want? You want to transfer files from one computer to another?
    Are these computers close to eachother? Or are they at different locations?
    Do both have Internet access?
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    Hi there kryptonite0110, Killed Superman lately?


    Erm I dont know if im being a total dumbass / lamer / twit / noobie / ******* / all of the above.

    But dude what the heck is a V.N?? Virtual Network? thats my guess!!

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    Question

    Is this like a VPN without the Private part? (No dick jokes, please)

    I mean, I have no idea about VPN's anyhow, but it seems probable that this is what your asking...maybe.....huh?

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    a vn is a virtual network... its a network that exists over the Internet
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    Did you come up with that yourself? A VN is a virtual network that exists over the internet. The internet is a network itself. What you may or may not be looking for would be VPN Virtual Private network. You can use ftp without having this by just setting an ftp server on one machine and ftp client on the other and setting up a user account ie. username and passwd. You can also use something like VNC http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/ for Virtual Network Computing. I don't know what exactly you are looking for though. I am afraid with the info you have given that is the most I can give you for now.

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    actually a virtual network is just a grouping of computers without being actually on the same line. But i dont remember how to set one up. guess i should go read up about em again. lol

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    sorry if the info i gave you all was unaccurate about vn... maybe i read vpn somewhere and thought it was vn... anyway thanx for the link... i havnt tried it out yet but im sure it will be fine
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    If U Want to download the VPN 3.3.7 ,,,,,, here is the Link ,,,,

    http://www.realvnc.com/download.html ,,,,

    Get the most out of it ,,,

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    Ultravnc has file transfer
    http://ultravnc.sourceforge.net/

    you could also just download an ftp server and install which you could find with a google search.

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