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Routing question..

being relatively new to routing, I'm wondering wether it is possible to do as such:

I am going to connect my branch office(site A) to the main office(site B). We have a leased line in place and have already purchased two 1721's. The main office currently has a router that connects to our HQ in another location(site C). This means site B will have two routers, one going to site A and another to site C. Both (RtrB & RtrC) are connected to the same lan and will have same net ids on their ethernet adapters. Question is, can I push traffic coming from site A to site C ? RtrA->RtrB->lan->RtrC ? RtrB exits to the lan..can I configure RtrB to push packets with specific dest to RtrC? bearing in mind that both RtrB and RtrC are on the same lan. Or can I configure RtrA to forward those packets to RtrC via RtrB? any help is appreciated...I'm having a splitting headache now.

-TIA-

vishan

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Re: Routing question..

You can do that, by enabling either a routing protocol such as RIP or EIGRP or by using static routes.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/105/ip_static_routes.html

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/browse/psp_view.pl?p=Internetworking:RIP

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Re: Routing question..

Thank you, the articles were most helpful.

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