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2 offices 5 miles apart using the same isp and default gateway can i use this to link networks

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I have two business about 5 miles apart each has its own broadband connection with the same ISP. I have noticed on the routers at each of the sites the default gateway is the same address can I use this stoke of luck to link the 2 sites
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If you mean connecting the businesses w/o setting up some kind of VPN or WAN, then no. The cheapest option would be to use a site-to-site VPN to get the businesses connected. But it depends on what kind of equipment you have handy.
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I have 2 x netgear dg814 with vpn passthrough supports 5 simutanius tunnels 1 x netgear fvs 318 1X sbs 2003 r2

I x static ip one site 5 x static ip at other

wan or vpn which is best
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