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Point to Point between stores

Discussion in 'Networking' started by fr3akd1, Jan 31, 2007.

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  1. fr3akd1

    fr3akd1 Thread Starter

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    I am in the process of sorting out a huge network mess. I have 2 stores (about 4 blocks apart) Store 1 has the T1 connection coming in, Store 2 is supposed to share this connection thru the point to points, however these are not connected to the store 1's network. What would be the easiest way to do this? I figured i could place a router from the switches to the point to point at each location. If this would work how would you configure them? Here is a diagram showing what I have for a little clarification. TIA for any info on this.

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  2. foneguy9

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    Hi,

    From Store 1:

    Confirm the Network settings in the Cisco 1800. For Example:

    Store 1

    10.0.1.X
    10.0.1.254

    Setup the router in Store 2, I would guess another Cisco 1800.

    Store 2

    10.0.2.X
    10.0.2.254

    Of course, any network Switches would need to be appropriately placed after the Cisco routers.

    Now, do you have any experience programming the IOS on those routers?
     
  3. fr3akd1

    fr3akd1 Thread Starter

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    I can't attach directly to the Cisco 1800 (owned by teleco and is specifically setup for the T1). I wanted to place a basic router (ie Linksys, D-link) from the Point to Point jack to the switch on Store 1 and the same setup on Store 2.


    Store 1 Net=>Cisco 1800=>Switch=>basic router=>p2p jack=>p2p line<=p2p jack<=basic router<=Switch<=Store 2 Net

    Is this possible without crazy router configs? Yes I can program the IOS on the Cisco however we do not have permission from teleco to use it.
     
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