Point to Point between stores

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fr3akd1

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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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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?
 

fr3akd1

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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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