You wrote :
>>>I'm looking for a good way to transfer TCP/IP data between two Networks
>>>(two countries) safe and secure ower the Internet. Maybe a router which
>>>is cabable of crypting outgoing packets addressed to certain networks?
>>>Any ideas would be appreciated.
>>>Thanks and best regards, a reply would be greatly appreciated.
I'd suggest joining DEC's Altavista Visionary Club (it's free, and you can
download all the betas and evaluation copies). It's at :
You will find (among many other interesting betas) :
ALtavista Tunnel (Personal Edition) (for W95 & WNT)
Altavista Tunnel (Workgroup Edition) (for many architectures)
Altavista Tunnel Guide (postscript)
This stuff will let you encrypt TCP/IP packets and then encapsulate
them to be transmitted. The software establishes a "tunnel"
between a (for example) PC on the Internet, and a server on an
Intranet, using "pseudoadapters" within a restricted IP address range.
Get the guide and print it, you will get the complete picture.
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