I have two LANS spread over a geographical area which I would like to connect.
On Network A, I have Internet connection, dhcp server, Cisco 2800 Series router, Cisco 2960 Series switch, exchange, file server and so on.
On Network B, I have the same thing as network A but no exchange.
Anyways, Network A has an internal IP of 10.47.200.0 and Network B has an Internal Network of 10.47.220.0
I have purched a leased line or point to point connection between the two locations but what i want to do is I want each location to use its own dhcp and internet connection but still be able to access resources from each others network. How can i do this?
I tried just connecting the point to point into the cisco switch in on location and the same on the other side. The plus side is that I can see the other network from one end. However as soon I attach the dhcp my network will either fail on one side or one dhcp server will become the dominate and will start sending addresses to the other side. How can i prevent this.
Also, Network A has a domain controller, so i want network B to be apart of this domain. Is this possible?
I did some research and some say it is possible through VLANS and trunking. However when i tried this I got the result mentioned above.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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