I have a DSL home connection. I travel frequently. I want to make sure that the websites I log into still think I am logging in from home. Meaning, I don't want them to know I am logging in from an internet cafe or a Hotel port. I know I could probably set up a computer behind my router and use VNC or RemoteDesktop to accomplish pretty much the same thing, but I was wondering if VPN could also offer a solution and help me avoid having to keep a computer powered on at home when I am away. In my old job we had access to VPN. I remember that when I "VPN'd" into my work, any site I surfed to was very laggy and I was informed that this was because I was actually going out to those sites through my work's internet connection, and not through the one I was using in my hotel, so all the info had to then be forwarded back to my laptop thereby making my work an intermediary in the whole process. I have read a million posts and searched the internet, but I can't find a specific answer to this question. I get the impression from the Linksys product marketing that I can do this using one of your home VPN products. So here are my specific questions: 1) Is what I want to do possible? Can I set up a VPN that will allow me to connect to websites and have it appear to them I am still logging in from home? 2) If it is possible, is there anyway these websites can somehow see through this and figure out that I am not logging in from home? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.