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sdraper

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I am looking for advice regarding quite a complicated query. I want to connect to broadband at home to allow both a PC Laptop and Apple Powerbook to connect easily. The PC Laptop requires VP tunneling capability to access the connection as it is a work laptop. Is this possible? And what ISP do you recommend?
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We have currently a Linksys router,the top speed DSL,and a ethernet PC,an Ethernet Mac and a wireless mac. We got Static IP,which was $5 extra but allowed VPN. It's a local ISP,so that may not help,but most major brand routers and Static IP should fix you up. Easier than it seems.
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You dont need a static IP for a VPN, or at least ive never needed it for my VPN and my IP isnt static as far as i know.

We would need a nationality to reccomend an ISP.
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