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Routing without VPN

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by prowler1968, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. prowler1968

    prowler1968 Network Guru Member

    If I were using Tomato at two separate locations, would I be able to use advanced routing functions in the two separate routers to access devices remotely such as network printers, etc. between locations as if it was one physical location? I am looking for a way to bypass a need to purchase new VPN routers/clients. I've looked at the OpenVPN builds and feel that may be more than I need for bridging my network for 1 remote device.
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    To many unanswered questions here however if you are going to be using rfc1918 address space (what most will cal nat) then the short answer is no. You can most definetely but you would need so using a metro ethernet or mpls implementation. Easiest and most cost effective for you would be a vpn solution.

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