Are you mentioning about the remote local lan networks configured in your remote sites ??
In that case you need to have proper network advertisements in your routing process if you are using any routing protocol or else need to additional static routes pointing the remote local lan networks towards the dialer interfaces with some administrative distance attached to it.
i cannot post them as im away from work, basically I have a main site and 4 remote sites, my question really is, does each dialler interface need to be on the same subnet as the remote router ? or can I use the ip unnumbered command on all of them and just point routes out to my remote devices ? would this work ok ?
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