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Set up router to router VPN ....
In article ,
Yee gads, someone has given me the chance to set up 2 XP machines for
Both machines are connected to broadband via routers (one is a Draytek,
i'm not sure what the other is yet)
Persuade the other end to get a Draytek and use the VPN facilities of
the Drayteks rather than XP. You'll get less grey hairs that way.
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