2 Mbps Conectivity

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Sep 18th, 2007

Hi All,

we have taken a lease line of 2Mbps for connecting our Two offices. One side there is ethernet connectivity and one side is V.35 connectivity.

My Queries are:

1. Which router to use as for v.35 modem?

2. When the link is up i need to run Erp between both sides. I mean i am totally unaware of this concept. So after link is up i will be able to view all my remote PC,s as they or into lan or like what?

I mean how i will be accessing computers on one site from other?

How to share folders and run ERP software ?

Please help to get this through

Thanks,

Parvesh

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Anand Narayana Tue, 09/18/2007 - 00:49

Answer for ur question # 1.

Cisco 1800 series with WIC-1T wud satisfy this.

Answer for ur question #2

you have mentioned already the link is UP on the other end office(Office-A) which is ethernet connectivity, so what u need to is once after connecting the router with the above mentioned on the other side of your office(Office-B), you will be able to reach the Office-A PC's.

sharing is same like how you share the PC's locally on LAN.

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parveshchahal Wed, 09/19/2007 - 00:16

Dear Anand,

Thanks for replying. So when my line goes up my both the offices will be connected as they are in lan. i donot require any proxy or anything. No Live IP are required. is 1841 good option to go with? Secondly i need to configure the router Please guide me the steps how do go for complete setup of that router.

Regards,

Parvesh Chahal

gaurav_thapar79 Wed, 09/19/2007 - 02:12

Hi,

As per ur post, i can conclude that :

1. You want ethernet termination at Office A

2. You want V.35 termination at Office B.

3. PC folder sharing etc over this E1 ckt.

With above scenario,its not feasible to have ethernet & v.35 stuff. You can not achieve this case. V.35 serial transmission and ethernet transmission are different altogather.

3. Both side LANs can be connected on private IP series like 172.16.0.0/16 etc and routing can be done on router & L3 switches.

madickerson Wed, 09/19/2007 - 08:39

Pavesh,

I'm not a guru or anything, but if I were in your shoes, I'd make the connection from the v.35 interface to a server or other winndows box, with Dial Up Networking and IP installed. I'd open up the v.35 interface just like a modem... Then let windows set up the rest.. Using the Network setup wizard.. AFTER the v.35 interface is working.. (if you hook up a windows box, and it can see the remote office, then you're almost there..)

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