Satellite Internet for travelers and rural users

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A SearchNetworking.com member recently submitted this question to our Ask the Experts panel. We don't have an expert that covers this topic, so perhaps someone out there can help? ------------------------------- Can you please explain "entry-level Satellite Internet accounts" to me? Here's my scenario. Our office has about 20 users who are constantly doing nothing but going from one country to another and other group of users who are stationed in a very rural area in Brazil. I need to get these people internet access (satellite, maybe?) through their wireless NIC's in their laptops so that they can make a VPN connection back to our corporate office. Any suggestions? ------------------------------ Thanks! Susan Fogarty Site Editor, SearchNetworking.com sfogarty@techtarget.com
ASKED: June 20, 2005  1:47 PM
UPDATED: July 4, 2005  7:35 PM

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Use some VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) service, either for generic Internet access or for a point-to-point link.
Look around for VSAT services; just one overview of some companies offering such services is, for instance:

http://www.marine-electronics.hr/vsat/vsat_ser_prov.htm

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