Hi all, i need to come up with a quick design, basically we have a remote site that is having some out of band power and console equipment installed, normally this equipment will be reachable over the normal wan connection, however, if that fails we want a totally seperate connection via isdn to reach the out of band management network, so from my main site If the wan is down I want to be able to connect to the out of band router so I can get onto the power and console devices. whats the best way to do this, bearing in mind I cannot touch the normal wan equipment.
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