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which VPN design will work good

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I want to create a VPN between our 2 offices through RV042 VPN router which design will work effectively as our few user have limited access to internet. But all user could share data between 2 offices. Attaching the design with this question.
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from the design they both look like they would work. Not sure why you have a dsl change from diag 1 - diag 2 or what that would be to acheve.
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