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Subject: Re: Lan-to-Lan VPN
From: Paul Jose (paul.joseINTERACTIVEGOLD.COM)
Date: Sun Jun 25 2000 - 20:42:44 CDT


If you have Cisco routers that support VPN , very easy, Windows 2000
supports this or use Firewall-1
Paul Jose

-----Original Message-----
From: Focus on Microsoft Mailing List [mailto:FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM]On
Behalf Of Aren Thiru
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 10:47 PM
To: FOCUS-MSSECURITYFOCUS.COM
Subject: Lan-to-Lan VPN

Hi all

    I would like to say, I have learned a lot from just reading all your
emails, keep it up. My question today is that I have two LANs each is
located in two differed offices. I have each office hooked up the internet
via ISDN lines. I wish to connect both LANs together via the internet
running VPN. What is the best way of doing that, and securing it. Is any
software that can run ontop of VPN that might help. I just want both LANs to
see each others and the clients behind it. Any help would be useful.

Thank you
Aren

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