A company I work for has a VPN connection at the office and from time to time I need to pull firmware, software, or various documents from them. Other times there are a couple Linux servers on the local network that I need to work on so I can either SSH from the outside or create a VPN connection and hit the devices through the local network. The amount of data I am pulling from the local network has become more frequent so I needed to find a way to not have to create a VPN connection from my laptop so often and was thinking that it would probably just be easier to connect my Linksys WRT600N router running dd-wrt firmware to the office VPN server. This way I would always have a connection to the office without having to interrupt work and create a PPTP VPN connection.
First off you can add multiple IP’s to each SliceHost VPS. Adding the secondary IP address to a SliceHost Virtual Private Server (VPS) is easy. Open the SliceManager control panel and click the Help tab to open a support ticket. In the ticket state that you want a secondary IP, the justification for it, and that you understand it will cost $2/month. Typically support responds very quickly and will configure the secondary IP address for you.
Typical justification would be that you are running a web server and need to have multiple SSL certificates.