A customer wants to connect two of their sites and pass IPX traffic back and forth over a DSL connection. I'm not that familiar with IPX, but I know we (the ISP) won't route their IPX traffic for them. It will need to be IP when it passes through our network. The customer would need to put an IP header on it before it makes it to the DSL modem and out onto our network. I'm not sure what they would need to do on their ends to make this work. I'm guessing a VPN between locations and maybe tunnel the IPX traffic through the VPN???
Depending on the size of the IPX network, you may also want to use EIGRP for IPX and disable IPX RIP/SAP over the tunnel. This would cut down on overhead (routing/service updates) on a slower WAN connection.
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