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I'm running a PPTP server on a ubuntu VPS, which has around 20 users . currently we use passwords like this "bi9_Knh78A#" . is this considered safe ? What's the best method to choose passwords ?
How secure is PPTP VPN when passwords are very strong ? any tip to increase security ?
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Thanks for taking time to answer, hunterthomson. Unfortunately, I am not in control of the PPTP-vpn server, so I'll have to live with it. I will solve this issue by installing openWRT in VirtualBox, and play around with my routing tables. But out of curiosity, I still do not understand why setting up two tunnels at the same time is not possible.