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Structure of connectivity

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Zeeshan Amin i need help  and suggestion from cisco team....v r going to connect three branches of  our office....one is placed vd in a country(pakistan) and the other  branch in dubai.....letme briefly explain the scenario.....the first  option is with in a same country(pakistan) of connectivity,one office in  lahore city(headoffice) w...hich  i want to connect it to karachi branch (distance between these two  points are approximatly 900 km) and 2nd connectivity between lahore  (headoffice) and dubai office(now its two different countries)......so  any body suggest sumting about the structure of this connectivity....VPN  is the option to implement.(what kind VPN requirement in this situation  and how much bandwidth is required) or any other idea if any body tell  me....

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Re: Structure of connectivity

Hello Amin,

Please come back to the forum with a more specific description of what your planned network topology is.

Example: what underlying L2 links will be there between/among the sites. Also, if possible, include details

on what devices you plan to use so we can asses the supported functionality and capabilities.

Last but not least please specify what expectations do you have from these VPNs: privacy/integrity  or just isolation among different traffic flow  ?

Knowing the above would help members of the forum share their experience, views and suggestions.

Cheers

Istvan

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