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Does a VPN require two IP's

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We will be setting up a VPN link to a remote office using Cisco PIX's, will we need to have a public IP at the remote site? We already have one at the main office.
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Yes, you will need an IP at the remote site you are connecting to. Ideally you will want it to be static or persistant so it doesn't change on you. Typically it costs a little more to do that.
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Thanks.
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