Upgrading infrastructure enable VPN and internet access
I am upgrading current infrastructure to connect 2 locations via a 10 Mbps wireless link to a service provider. The secondary remote location is currently linked to headquarters by expensive 2 ADSL links to each of its 2 floors. One floor currently has a 24 port Dell 2440 switches and the other floor has 2 24 port unmanaged HP ProCurve switches.
The headquarters currently connects to the internet via a 1.5 Mbps link to another ISP. It has a PIX-501 and 4 Dell 24 port managed switches. The ADSL connection is plugged directly into a Dell switch.
My goal is to subnet the sites providing secure VPN between then and also provide them with independent internet access for web and email from each location.
I plan to forgo routers and replace all the existing switches with Cisco MLS switches and purchase an additional PIX-506E and create a VPN between the locations. To consolidate the remote I planned a GBIC connection between the two floors.
Can this be done without a standalone router and still access the internet for web and email traffic from both locations?
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