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HOW DO I SETUP A BASIC VPN. I HAVE 3 XP SYSTEMS

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Hi,

I would like to connect 2 offices to one.  all systems are XP.  I have never ventured into VPN.  What may be the best way to do this. I've been doing networking for a year but never done a VPN.  can someone walke me through step by step.  I have cable at the site I want to connect and dial up from the other 2.  

Is a static a must?  


Thank you,
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Is there a router also involved in the mix at your internet cable site?  What model is it, if there is one?
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it's one of those comcast giv e out now  (smc gateway router) HELP
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