I have three sites, approximately 70 users total, that are across a street from each other, one on 1 side two on the other. I would like to purchase one T-1 connection to support all three sites rather then three separate frac T-1's and the additional HW that requires. All three buildings are the exact same height and have clear line of site. I was wondering if dishes on their roofs could be used to connect to a single T-1. Does anyone know of such a solution or other perhaps better idea?
T1 is from 1 Source to 1 Destination. Unless you combine the two buildings that are on the same side Via a LAN and connects to the third via T1. I don't see how you can do it. My suggestion is just run Fiber between the three buildings. You get at least 100 times the speed in addition to no monthly bill. Wireless technology should also taken into consideration since the building are in clear line of site.
Pay the upfront cost and go wireless or fiber. The wireless way can get 10 times the speed and the fiber 1000 times the speed. This will kill the monthly recurring costs with the T-1 providers as well.
If you can run the fiber, you can purchase 3 catalyst 3524 XL switches and 4 multi-mode GBICS. Wireless - Cisco Aironet ethernet bridges with antennas on the roof.
If you have fiber available to connect the buildings, that would be the best choice. If not I would go with a Cisco Aironet solution. I have hooked up a few buildingd together that way and it works awesome!
Use the brconfig utility to bridge the wlan and the lan.
A setup similar to that that should most definately give you faster network throughput, better reliability than the phone company, and more independece. it should also have a lower cost of installation and reoccuring fees.
if you search for wireless networking for some models you can find instructions on building custom antennas which let you do neat stuff. here's one that i liked.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.