This is certainly achievable with the ONS equipment. As other posters alluded, you can do it via your existing routers (e.g., carry their WAN circuit(s) using the ONS's subscriber side interfaces). You could also do it by using Ethernet interfaces in the ONS and bridging the LANs in a bridge group. Which approach you take depends in part on your existing setup and in part on available ONS interfaces and time slots (bandwidth) available on the SONET ring.
If you are able to share more information about your current setup, we could give more specific suggestions.
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