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Which is better: Remote Desktop or VPN?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by pinkish, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. pinkish

    pinkish Newbie

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    I would like to know everyone's opinion
    Thnx
     
  2. cruzino

    cruzino Registered Member

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    Please provide more details. Are you referring to setting up an RDSL? What are you looking to accomplish?
     
  3. Kosher1

    Kosher1 Power Member

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    VPN is my recommendation
     
  4. trustedfire9

    trustedfire9 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    VPN for cheap but sure RDSL better but not cheap ........
     
  5. necro

    necro Regular Member

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    You could RDSL over VPN...

    I guess what you mean is if you should get vps or vpn

    Depends what you want...
     
  6. coolsolution

    coolsolution Registered Member

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    I am moving to a low speed internet country from high speed. is there anyway it can be possible to leave a desktop 24/7 for remote connection..... i need this badly.
     
  7. sameer5762

    sameer5762 Elite Member

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    I agree with trustfire9 ....
    RSDL is too costly...:(
     
  8. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    Of course you can, but you'll still be limited to the data transfer of your home connection. You can do fast-paced work on the vps you connect to from the slow country, but you won't be watching your programs do the work at full speed.

    You'll be watching your programs jump and skip because that's as fast as your home connection can communicate with the vps, even though the vps will be working at full speed.

    I hope that makes sense. lol :) So yes, I would go with a vps.
     
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  10. mggiable

    mggiable Registered Member

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    vpn i think
     
  11. h_shopper

    h_shopper Newbie

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    Hi There,

    Where can i get a RDSL to buy?

    Thank you
     
  12. John.

    John. Power Member

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    i dont see much of a difference, apart from cost