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Have 2 office locales. Currently have a Site to Site VPN over the public domain with 1 T-1 line on each side (different carriers). The performance is _poor_. A 2MB Excel file takes over 1 minute to open at the remote location (takes less than 10 seconds at primary location).Have approximately 20 users at the remote location (about 200 miles away); entry level firewalls; and primarily only work with MS Office files.

1) What are the differences between "Private Ethernet", "MPLS VPN", "Point to Point T-1s", and just old fashion Site to Site VPN? and is there one in particular we should focus on given we only have 2 offices?

2) Do we simply just need to increase our pipes on both sides from T-1s to 2 T-1s or a 10/10 IDE line to make our S2S VPN acceptable?

3) Is all that's really needed for P2P T-1s is to have the same carrier at both locations (this is available)? Do we still need VPN or if it's all over the same carrier it is secure?

4) If we go with Private Ethernet or Point to Point T-1s, would we then need another pipe to just get to the internet?

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