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Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

Whats the best way to connect two 2610's over a PVC. I want DHCP to be relayed from the far end to allocate addresses to the pc's at that end.

Should I set up a subnet for the link?

Any tips would be appreciated

TIA

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Re: Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

Greetings:

Doesn't matter whether you do that or IP unnumbered. Will function the same.

Thanks...Steve

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Re: Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

Thats cool.

I want to set both offices up as if they are in the same location. I want both to pick up IP's from the DHCP in building 1 etc. Basically the routers are in place but I want them to be invisible, so the users in building have exactly the same resources etc as the users in building one...

any ideas?

TIA

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Re: Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

Hi.

If you want both offices to share the same subnet, you may want to use some form of bridging... You may also need DLSW+ between the routers.

Hope this helps.

NM

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Re: Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

Thanks for that, now whats the easiest way to set up a transparent bridge for IP using two 2610's? :)

TIA

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Re: Best way to connect two 2610's? Via PVC

If all you want is for a central site to give DHCP to a remote site for centralized administration try using the "IP helper" command.

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