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By steelejedi4 ·
I am home studying for the CCNA, since they have changed the criteria for the exams, I find it hard to re apply myself to the course. Though I am struggling through it anyway.
The course content involves the use of a Packet Tracer, which is provided by CISCO. The problem I have now is I have to design two networks one in London and one in Edinburgh, the London office needs access to the Servers in Edinburgh.
I have set the London office with 13 PC's over two floors, connecting to two switches then on to a router. The Edinburgh Office is basically the same. I need seperate ISP connections for both offices, and I need a direct connection between the two on an E1 line.
Anyway to get to the question, no matter what I try, or connections I use I cannot get London's router to talk to Edinburgh's or vice versa. I have asked my tutors for help, but am still awaiting a reply, anybody got any ideas on how to solve this dilema.

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"..no matter what I try, or connections I use.."

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Home study student
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by steelejedi4 In reply to "[i]..no matter what I tr ...

I need a direct connection between the two on an E1 line.
Anyway to get to the question, no matter what I try, or connections I use I cannot get London's router to talk to Edinburgh's or vice versa.
I have used a serial connection withh PPP encasulation for a direct link, I used a frame relay scenario. I have even tried diverting the connection through either a cable or dsl modem, but no success with either.
I am at my witts end, as I seem to spend most of my none working life trying to figure out the problem. The fact that have only had this problem for about two or three weeks it is still very annoying

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