Access Network A from Network B

Posted on 2005-02-25
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I have a 4 computer network at home, Linsys Router, one WAP.  Is there a way I could access the entire network from work.  Does this require any additional hardware or software.  Thanks alot in advance
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tonyjester earned 450 total points
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You did not mention which Linksys router or what you have on your gateway at work.

But, you should be able to setup a VPN between the 2 networks.

Probably best with a VPN client on your work machine unless your the IT guy and then you can set-up a site to site VPN.

You'll also have to allow IPSEC through your work firewall.


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