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I have a client that recently moved into a new office. He wants to setup a small business server. Unfortunately the small office he rents from has a SBS running on their existing setup. He's currently pulling Internet from them and that's all. He does not have his own ISP. One option being to...
When switching from DSL to Cable Internet... when you have a router w/VPN & Firewall and a static IP - how do you switch the service? Obviously just plugging the new service provider in won't work. I know you need the log in and password to the router but after that?
I was able to connect to the VPN using wireless Internet but this Internet access is no longer available to me. I have now subscribed to Cable (LAN) Internet. VPN is not working in this. Could someone step me through how to set up VPN with cable Internet? Thanks.