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By dsuresha ·
I've two win2k3 servers located in different locations, what is the simpliest way to to VPN Tunneling?
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by dryflies In reply to VPN Tunneling

The easiest way is to use ipsec to creat a tunnel between the two computers. the how to is covered in many articles from TR. go to the top of the page and type "ipsec" and "vpn" into the search box and serach TR for the answer. I believe the article is something like "use ipsec in win2k to create a secure B2B vpn" or something close to that.

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by ccthompson In reply to VPN Tunneling

If you get two Linksys BEFSX41 "VPN" Endpoint Routers, you would be good to go. For about $150 US, you can have a dedicated VPN along with routing functions and a Firewall built in.

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by johnnywatt In reply to VPN Tunneling

Your simplest medthod (<- which is what you've asked for) is to Enable Routing and Remote Access on your Windows 2003 Servers (found in the Control Panel) and setup a VPN Tunnel using IPSEC and L2TP.

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