vpn hardware

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I'm a newbie to VPN and I know about Windows XP's ability to act as a VPN
server. I would
rather use a stand-alone dedicated VPN server if possible so I'd appreciate
advice as to
what's around and what's good for this purpose. I simply want a device that will
allow me
to access a small group of PC's on a LAN, including a networked printer, from a
client PC
at remote location. The connection from the client to the vpn server would be
over the
internet. I've seen a Linksys USBVPN1 and another VPN router on ebay but I don't
know if
these are suitable for my purpose. I like Cisco gear but not sure what I should
go for.
Thanks for any advice.

Re: vpn hardware

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First advice - make your posts readable.  Line length should never
exceed 72 chars, but 67 is better.  All those silly wrapped lines
are a major pain.

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