Hello! I've checked the forum before posting... I've noticed some people asking this same question here and on other forums and there never seems to be an answer, so here we go, my turn to ask it now: The Goal: To be able to surf the real (unfiltered) internet, privately, on a powerbook, from a place that likes to block certain websites and protocols, with the help of an OSX Server somewhere else. Sounds simple right? The Scenario: 1. G4 MDD Tower running OSX Server 10.5.6 in a location that has the real, unrestricted internet. It is also running DynDNS with no problems. 2. G4 powerbook running OSX 10.4.11 in a location that has very restricted internet but wishes it had the real internet. So is the answer VPN? Which kind? Apple's built-in VPN on OSX Server? L2TP over IPSec? Does one need to also run a proxy server in addition to VPN? If using a proxy for web, will we need proxy servers for each and every other protocol which we may want to access? Or is it possible to directly "share" the internet connection of the OSX Server across VPN to the powerbook client with no added proxy software anywhere? Has anyone successfully done this? I've seen a few vague answers to this scenario scattered about the web, and none of them seemed very straight forward or easy, and would not result in a very private connection. Is there a simple 1-2-3 answer that doesn't involve downloading stuff, typing fancy terminal commands, spending more money, or compiling binaries and so forth?