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I want to connet my home pc to my office netwok so, that i able to open internet on my home pc, distance between my office and home is 15 Km
As long as there is a distance in between the inteded connections a radio receiver is require to link them all together
but this method will not work if your office network devices does not support wireless service.
if all you want from this connection is internet access then getting the service from the service provider will be more advantegeous with so many reasos i can not cover here.
but if your aim is to also share files from the network in the office then you have to go ahead with your first connection plan.there is no way you are going to link up to browse from home that they will not know abt in the long run except you want to create a private network(VPN)
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
Obviously, you cannot use a cable to link up from your office network.
1 know your provider and the kind of WAN service offered
2.Get a router that is compatible with your office network and configure your router with similar priorities with that of your officce network(a wireless radio might be require)
or if you are not vast networking,invite a network administrator to do it for u
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