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we have our server and workstations in a building that is connected through LAN.. these server ang workstations are used to transact payments for services.. the problem is, we have other two workstation on a remote area that is about 1 km from the building where the server is located.. what is the best network connection that we can use in order for the workstations on the remote area to connect to the server and transact payments?
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Question by:ra2325
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asodohatch earned 125 total points
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You could try getting a DSL connection and making a VPN connection from your remote PC to your server.
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Hi,

If your application is not bandwidth intensive, you can use a modem to dial-in from the remote site to the server.

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yeah could use a modem, but you may end up paying for that connection, if you have DSl available go for it, faster connection and fixed fee.
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