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Want to make a network connection between two office 800 meters.

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Everybody, I wish to connect two offices approx 800 meters apart for data transfer. How could I connect both the offices using any devices of D-link or other brand.
plz suggest.
Thanks in advance.

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Buy 2 DIR 130 VPN routers and connect the two office networks via LAN-LAN VPN tunnels.
If you have the time and skills you can build two IPCOP firewall routers and connect via VPN tunnels (http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/ipcop/wiki)

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Hi!

if the two offices has an internet connection you can connect them through vpn connection just buy vpn router.

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