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I want to connect to my office pc via ADSL from home. I have ADSL at home and at the office. How do i connect ?

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I want to connect to my office pc via ADSL from home. I have ADSL at home and at the office. How do i connect ?
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by:paullamhkg
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What's the OS you are using in office, Win2K and WinXp have the VPN build in function have a look on this http://www.tss.northwestern.edu/vpn/win_vpn.html

if you are using Unix or Linux have a check on this http://openvpn.sourceforge.net/

Hope this info can help
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by:Bill_Szumski
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Do you have a firewall or router at your office that supports IPSEC or PPTP?
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I think my suggestion is good enough, but if asker don't think so, close this with PAQ, at lease some hints for others :)
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