Wide Area Network (WAN) - What more do you want to know?
You could also use a wireless internet access point (commonly referred to as WAN) to connect your site to the network that your customer, or partner, is accessing. These types of sites can connect to any broadband network, as well as some wireless networks. The only limitation with using a WAN is that it requires very high bandwidth and isn't always practical. Of course, there are long-range wireless access points, as well as single-wire Ethernet. These types of routers allow users to connect directly to other networks without having to change their sites, which will keep the traffic from bouncing. Depending on the requirements of your network, this type of service may not be the best way to go.