I have five retail outlet and one warehouse and i wonder if i can connect all the retail outlet router to the router in Outlet #1. Some of the outlet is as far as 150 km. If i would like to connect all the outlet to the router in Oulet #1, does that mean that i need to use lease line ?? Is there anything wrong with the existing design ?? or is there anything i can improve on ??
You can use leased lines (but soon you will run out of ports on the router at Outlet #1). In situations like these, looking for a Frame-relay option is much better. You can use hub (outlet 1) and spoke (remaining outlets) topology in FR with a PVC running from each spoke to the hub. Then you can use a routing protocol such as EIGRP or OSPF to control routing.
The picture attached is too small, but I think you are using an IP VPN (managed service). YOu could run your own VPN across the internet with one site as hub (Outlet 1) and other remote outlets having a VPN connection to the hub. You can either use router to router based VPN with GRE and IPSec so that you can run a routing protocol such as EIGRP or OSPF, or you can use DMVPN.
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