Setup a firewall at each end, then create a VPN tunnel between the sites. That way, both sites can share data back and forth (network shares, printers, etc).
As far as setting this up, I would recommend hiring a consultant, as you need to make sure you cover the bases as far as security is concerned! Also, VPN's are not for the weak stomach!
my company has 2 office locations abut 30 kms apart and we have nt server in the main office and a peer -to-peer set up in the other office. We have wireless access to the server (only in the main office) and the 'net in both offices . As i have to keep swapping info. b/w the 2 places, is there anyway i can do file sharing 'remotely'? Currently, i email files and get emails back in reply which means work cannot be done concurrently . We use win98 on all the local machines.We also have access to the net thru'a cable modem in both locations.
Many thanks in advance