I just put in a SBS at a clients house. She has a static Ip with Biz cable internet.
She travels with her laptop more than she is in the office.
Over the weekend the server went down due to power outage. (actually I'm not sure if it was power or the internet is just down.)
Most of my clients give me keys just in case something happens. However since this is a home...
So my thinking is to host her SBS out of my office. I have plenty of IPs to use and enough bandwidth.
I checked google and it looks like others are hosting SBS solutions as well. (at $500 a month) whewww.
My first thought was to put in a sonicwall at the office with a static VPN to the SBS.
My questions are:
What should do the DHCP/DNS
should I run all traffic through the SBS like I normally would?
How are programs like QB going to work. It is painfully slow when I use it over a VPN for my company. I assume it will be just as painful if the SBS sits in my office and they run QB from the house.
Any ideas or pointers would be great.