The two routers are placed in two gegraphically separate locations and are going to be connected using Point to Point T1 connection of our ISP.
Router A is in the main office and B is in a remote satalite office.
B is the switch which needs to do DHCP and NAT and A may just need NAT or if we could just discard NAT from both sides if possible. I don't think we are concerned about security, since it is a Point to Point connection. And the ISP is going to use MPLS.
I've attached a diagram of how it is now and how we would like it to be once we accomplish the change.
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