I asked this in the LAN forum but I don't think people understood what I was asking. I want to know if I can route VLAN's across my T1 point to point connection using 1921 routers. I currently have AdTran 3205's and although I found info on the internet saying you can make them do this I could not after many hours of trying. I also found this article: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk389/tk815/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094663.shtml that also seems to say I can do what I want but I just want to verify.
We have two main locations currently connected by a point to point T1 (1.54Mbps) through the AdTran 3205's. We are running out of IP addresses as we just have a single subnet on each end. I want to move to a VLAN setup for a couple reasons including security and QoS for our voice system. Each location has it's own dedicated internet and proxy server. Here is my planned layout:
Once this is in place I shouldn't have to make a network structure change for 5+ years. Our current DHCP scope is .65 - .229 and we are at 95% full...with the new VLAN's we can use .2 - .254 which should last us a couple years plus I could use something other then a /24 subnet on the VLAN without much trouble.
So once put in place I wouldn't be changing anything until I replace switches. With that said what would be easiest to use? EIGRP? Couldn't I just manually assign the routes or would that not make sense?
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