A "no-internet-access" VPN with 2-3 physical LAN over one Ubuntu Droplet?

Hi there DO! =)

I got a small little project on my mind, containing 2-3 LAN (or more if scalability exists?) on different geolocations, containing 2-4 computers (all Windows 7 x64 HomePremium). They are placed in both Sweden and Norway (with 10/10 - 100/100 MB/s fiber connections). And none of them have an open router, for implementations of ex. DD-WRT at this point.

Now to my little brainfreezer… =P

Due to the high speeds from the ISP’s, there is no need for the internet access/web browsing/streaming etc. to be handled over the VPN, I’m only after the “Local Area Network” abilities here. =)

One thing that entered my mind right now… Is it posible to do the VPN with IPv6 only? Because the ISP’s don’t offer IPv6 at this point…

The droplet will be running Ubuntu and I “don’t need” higher security than PPTP 128-bit.

How can I solve this without a bigger headache?? =P

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the best way i found is using tinc vpn it allows the clients to even talk to each other compared to openvpn that needs to have everything tunnel thru the server

jasså oppe midt på natta du å? :)