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    Let say I successfully VPN to inside my protected network, Can I install a WEB server on a x86_64 machine/Server and accessible using the browser on the touchpad? Regular web server pages are already viewable via the browser protected with the built-in HP VPNC/IPSEC.

    The Idea is bringing up putty by connecting for example (ssh on port 2222) to http://172.16.32.1:2222 or bringing up a terminal emulation software like telnet with the command http://172.16.32.250:2323 since it is already encrypted via IPsec-256/AES

    The problem with the command "telnet://172.16.32.250:2323" from the touchpad is there is no application to bring up on the touchpad. That is why it has to run on top of one of the web server in my network. (maybe my Win7 workstation)

    Is this possible?

    Thanks,
    Tik
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    WOW this is a busy forum. Already in the 3rd page.

    BTW, Maybe I will have a better luck if I started reading on how to cross compile an RDPclient source (like for example Gnome-RDP) into this touchpad. The problem is I don't know how to have an authentication and install dropbear on my tablet. I tried to login in mybtablet but failed.

    So my TP is begging for an RDP client. Thanks
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    why dont you just do ssh through Xterm and do some tunneling? that is what I do. I am not a fan of VPN. or you can installed ubuntu-natty-chroot and display rdesktop through Xserver.

    Xterm/Xserver and Ubuntu is in Preware

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