I have an Ubuntu Linux server connected to the Internet, with a working layer-2 peer-to-peer connection to a Windows laptop. I need a network configuration (DNS mask or bridge) so the Windows laptop assumes a network identity and DNS matching the remote Linux server.
1) Solution should NOT involve installation of any other VPN (like OpenVPN).
2) The proof should be running "what's my IP location" and seeing the remote (Linux) location instead of the actual Windows laptop location.
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NAT by IPTables should work. Put the Ubuntu server into router mode( enable IPv4 forwarding,and accept packets from the layer2 windows client and masquerade those packets)