Can I create a vpn using tomato on a nat router ?

Posted on 2011-05-08
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have two tomato ( buffalo routers )  
I can put one at my place and one at my buddies.

I would want to make a "flat subnet" where I can get to his machiens and vice versa..

Anybody know the easy way to do this.  I purchased them the from the same lot

Question by:TIMFOX123
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    > I can get to his machiens and vice versa.
    You need to setup site-to-site vpn.
    Here is the tutorial:

    Make sure your routers support site-to-site VPN. Otherwise, you need to buy the model with site-to-site VPN,

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    thank you


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