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koreanbabykilla (305807) writes "I do lightweight IT support for a small shop of 2 dentists. I have firewalled the crap out of of everything. This is now causing an issue as the media server in a closet is now wanting to be used as a client to schedule appointments and such. I think it's a horrible idea to switch up the VLAN's so the wifi and the lan can communicate. I tried openvpn before here and the speed made it unacceptable. should i put the wifi back on the bridge or does anyone know of a VPN solution that would be accepable? Understand this is for a friend for free so the "Hire a professional to do it" answers are not an answer.(I'm still expecting most answers to be this) What VPN tech do you use when you need it to be responsive? Speed is important as the front desk girls hate a second or 2 of latency. Also, dentrix(the dental software used) needs windows so windows software is required. if anyone has tips for moving to opendental from dentrix, If i can get it working thats an option. They just moved to all digital X-rays so getting wifi clients working would be sweet. I have the wifi and the wired on separate subnets now, How would you handle this?"