I am building a network and need to provide data from a new site to an existing site via a tie-in to their network.
4 sites: Site A, B, C, and X. I need to get data from Site A to Site C, by way of Site B.
Data is either Ethernet or Modbus over TCP/IP, but there will be voice data on the line to be pulled out and connected to a pbx and associated hardware on both ends.
Site C and X are connected via long-haul Microwave link. Site B is at one of the towers connecting Site C and X. Site A and B have a fiber optic cable running between them as well as an antenna and dish to establish a microwave link setup, to be used in the likely event the fiber connection is lost.
Access to Site B is limited and unmanned.
At site A and B, what hardware do I need to merge/bridge these two links, giving priority to the Fiber as available, but automatically switching to microwave when Fiber is down? I need to provide a single connection to the unknown equipment at Site B for the tie-in.
Thus far we have a 1841 Router for Site A and Site B and a Fiber Router for Site A. I suspect we will need a duplicate fiber router at Site B and a smartswitch, bridge, or similar on both ends to get everything talking.
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