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I have 2 windows 2003 server on both ends of broadband line and would like to connect the two, the 2 firewalls on site-to-site vpn does not work, any other way of connecting the two servers?


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(May not be able to do this using broadband.  Do you have two Public IP addresses?  If not, you will not be able to communicate with the two servers.)
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You can connect them using VPN routers on each end like Linksys wrv54g routers. You will also need static IP address on both-ends. Also Linksys tech support is pretty good with answering any partictular questions. This has worked well for me.
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