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Looking for a solution: Allowing two seperate networks to communicate data.

Alright here is the issue: We have a corperate network which all professors can use, and then we have a student network for the students. Now we bought a software that allows remote monitoring of networked computers but the issue is that the software only allows communication to flow from the corperate network to the student network and because of security reasons we cannot allow the student network to communicate directly to the corperate network for security reasons. I'm not sure on what processes to look up but is their a way to setup a cloud network which would allow the communication between these two networks for the purposes of this software? Thanks. If you need more info just ask in the reply and I will try and provide it.
May 20 '09 #1
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ok i may sound a little uninformed here but what about using a vpn between the two networks?
May 20 '09 #2

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