vpn with dynamic ip

is there any performance issues for setting up a vpn using static ip versus using dynamic ip with dyndns? heard vpn does not work very well in the dyndns and normal off the shelf vpn routers cannot perform at 100 Mbps. Please share your experiences on using vpn with static or dynamic ip. Thanks!
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SIM50Connect With a Mentor Commented:
What brand of routers? For Cisco, there is a limit of 85Mbps each direction without a license (hsec). As for dynamic IP or not, doesn't make a difference.
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akahanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Dynamic vs. static IP will make absolutely zero difference once the connection has been established.  All that dynamic IP is doing is providing a means for the client to obtain the correct IP address for the VPN.  Once it's done so, connected is connected.

Don't expect any VPN to operate at the theoretical maximum speed for the connection.  Even when using VPN, your packets are traveling over the internet from router to router, through perhaps a half dozen or more routers, through congested traffic, and the speed will only be as fast as the slowest link in the chain will permit.
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SIM50Commented:
Answered.
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