I currently have a home network setup. I have a static IP address and 4 PCs on the network. I want to be able to access one of those PCs when I am in hotels travelling. The PC that I need to access is running XP Pro.
The router I currently use does not have port forwarding so I need to get a new router but should I buy a VPN router and create a VPN to access the one pc on the network? Or should I just get a standard router that allows port forwarding and use something like RADMIN? Or is Remote Desktop the best option?
My biggest concerns are security and speed.
Any advice you could provide would be appreciated.
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