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Sharepoint 2010 ent Version Selection

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i want to run a test environment for 10 local and 30 internet user

there are 2 flavors for SP2010 Ent as

1) SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Client Access License features

      1 a ) if i download trial version how many user will be able to connect
      1.c) Connectivity : i will be using Net gear VPN clinet for remote users to connect and   browse their site
      1.d) Connectivity: I will be also publishing the local IP through Https: e.g https://64.77.77.77

2) SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Enterprise

what the difference?
which one to select for my above user range on local and remote users?
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The first one Enterprise CAL covers all.

SP2010 for Internet Sites is only for public SharePoint sites with anonymous acces.
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