If you decide to go with a VPN over the Internet, ensure that you have
solid service guarantees with the telcos and ISPs that you deal with.
Frame relay isn't dependent on others as much as a VPN over the Internet. 

On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 15:51:57 -0500, "Ed Chabot"
<echabot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> Our current frame relay contract is up in May and I was wondering if
> anyone is using
> other means of remote communication with the AS/400.  I've researched VPN
> a bit and
> it sounds like a possibility.  We're not disappointed with our frame
> relay service
> I'm just thinking that there has to be a cheaper way to do things and
> now's the time
> to check it out.  Any input is appreciated.  Thanks!
> Ed Chabot
> The Marlin Firearms Company
> 100 Kenna Drive
> North Haven, CT 06743
> (203)985-3254
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