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How can i connect two different physical locations.?

Dear Friends, it's really a great deal that i got to know about experts exchange.
can you people guide me that how can i connect two different physical sites.
on one location we have 5 computers using small business server as server and workgroups using microsoft windows 2000 professional and on other site we have 13 computers having small business server their server and clients computer having windows 2000 professional.
Thanks in advance.
Best Regards,
Shahzad Maqbool
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blin2000Commented:
you may want to setup a site to site VPN. this link may help. http://www.chicagotech.net/vpnsolutions.htm
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COMPUTERHIGHWAYAuthor Commented:
Sorry guy, i mistakenly typed that i want to make VPN, i want to connect two sites through leased line, means to make my own private intranet. i want to connect two sites .
how can i do that.
Thank you very much.
Best Regards,
Shahzad Maqbool
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blin2000Commented:
assuming you want to setup windows site to site vpn, this may help. quoted http://www.chicagotech.net

How to Setup A Site-to-Site VPN Connection

To setup a Site-to-Site VPN Connection , you may need to configure two windows servers for the Answering and Calling Routers. Here are the steps:

1. Run RRAS, on Configuration page, select LAN routing.
2. Configure VPN on the Answering Router.
3. Configure the Demand-dial Interface on the Answering Router.
4. Configure VPN on the Calling Router.
5. Configure the Demand-dial Interface on the Calling Router.
6. Confirm the Remote Access Policy Configuration on the Answering and Calling Routers.

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COMPUTERHIGHWAYAuthor Commented:
Can you please send me an full fledge case Study..?from scratch which covers each and every thing.
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