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I have two LANs, each running independently with internet access. Each network is behind a router and the distance is too great to simply hardwire them together. I was wondering what options there are to connect these two LANs without any additional hardware via the internet or direct connection. Are there any settings within the routers to allow one network access to the other and vice versa. My goal is to have the two networks operate (or appear to operate) as a single network. The IP allocation scheme can be changed if necessary; i.e., one is 192.168.2.X the other is 192.168.1.X.

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That would require installing VPN software on both sides, correct? Ideally I don't want to install anything. I was hoping to simply adjust access rights, new routing table entries, trusted networks...would anything like that work?
 
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