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    Hey guys & girls, m completing my CCNA, just got introduced to WAN technology and i am working in a company. The problem is that i got a first assignment to implement a VPN from 1 branch to another and that as we know the ISP will continue on changing the IP of the 2 routers form whicj the connection can be made. I would really like some guidance as to how to tackle this problem adn how to do it. m new to it and i know its quite easy for you people. Thanks
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    Really simple, buy a static IP from the ISP. They will have an offering for it.

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    or go on dyndns and get a dynamic dns server so if the ip was to constantly change you would be connected via that and not the ip address..

    For instance

    your
    YOU WAN Network 2
    59.02.100.23------------------------ 583.345.23.1
    Then next day
    59.02.100.23-----------xxxxx-------- 675.45.432.3

    Ip address changed so connection lost

    Get a dynamic dns on the router on there side and this will happen..

    59.02.100.23------------------------ subplay.dyndns.com
    583.345.23.1
    59.02.100.23------------------------ subplay.dyndns.com
    675.45.432.3

    No matter what the ip of network your trying to connect is, because your connecting to the dynamic dns instead and when the ip changes, that adapts itself to the new ip.

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