Setting a VPN with Windows begins with changing the adaptor settings of your computer. Open the Network Sharing port on Network and Sharing to view your network connection. Allow the access of your address to an incoming connection. Click on the New Incoming Connection tab, and decide where you want your computer to connect. After knowing the IP address of your computer, add a port forwarding it to your router.
- Change adapter settings
Go to your Computer panel in Windows, and select Network and Internet. Open the Network and Sharing Center tab, and check the network settings. View your network connections to other computers and networks, and click on Change Adapter Settings. View the list of all network connections on your computer before changing your settings.
- Allow access
Open the menu, and open the New Incoming Connection tab. This starts a wizard, and the primary thing is deciding the person you want to give access. Instruct the computer on how other people can connect to the computer through the Internet. Allow access to different computers, such as Macs and UNIX servers, by clicking on Allow Access. Find out the IP of your computer by typing "cmd" in the Run box and then "ipconfig;" into the DOS window.
- Add port forwarding to your router
Add port forwarding to your router by typing your IP address into your browser. Find your router console by creating port forwarding for the VPN port used to connect. Point the port to the IP address of your computer, and then reboot the router after saving the port forwarding. Rebooting activates the settings and sets a working VPN.