I have a Mandrake Linux (10) Samba server (3.0?) at the office, behind a router, and a CentOS server at home, also behind a router. I *think* would like to replicate the Samba server to my home server in real time.
The actual problems I need to solve are:
1) I would like to have a real-time (if possible) replication of my corporate files (on the Samba server);
2) I would like to allow my wife to access corporate files when she is at home;
3) I would like my wife to see the same mail at both the office and home (we have pop3 accounts on Outlook 2K).
I am also thinking of switching the Mandrake server to CentOS, so that I have the same distro on both servers. I will set up Samba on the CentOS server this weekend.
I *thought* I needed a VPN, but perhaps I don't. Can someone please point me in a/the right direction?
Oh, yeah. One more thing: all of the clients are WinXP.
Last edited by ABL; 03-11-2005 at 03:43 PM.