Replace analog modem dial-up line with router leased line
Here is my situation. I am trying to replace existing modem dial-up connection that looks something like this -
Local PC --- Modem (Ext.) --- phone line --- Modem (Ext.) --- Remote Repeater Station
The Local PC will dial into the Remote Repeater Station (RRS) to perform configuration tasks. It is able to dial into any RRS that has a modem attached one at a time.
My objective is to be able to perform the same configuration tasks without the modems and phone line. I have already established a router-leased line-router connection between the local and remote sites. Can you tell me what Cisco Card/Module/Cable/etc is necessary for me to use and the configuration needed on the routers?
Re: Replace analog modem dial-up line with router leased line
I would like to connect a PC to the Local Router and the RSS to the Remote Router? The RSS has a Serial DB25 (female) port that acts like a Cisco Console port.
I need the PC to be able to connect to the RSS to perform configuration tasks on the RSS. Can you tell what Cisco card/module/cable/etc are required? Also, what is the configuration on the Cisco Routers?
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