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Connecting two sites by leased lined

By nqobile.mtshali ·
I have two office sites that are linked by a leased line. How do i ensure that they connecte and share resources across both office and be able to connect to the internet.

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By using Tunnel

by mahesh In reply to Connecting two sites by l ...

You can create a tunnel between 2 site on router interface and it will ensure both connected at all time. If you are using cisco router you can get help on cisco.com

Rgds /Mahesh

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leased line = tunnel

by alashhar In reply to By using Tunnel

i think the tunnel is used when the line between the two networks is shared with others.
but the leased line means dedicated line.

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no detiles

by alashhar In reply to Connecting two sites by l ...

your question is not in details. Anyway each site should be different subnet, therefor two gateways or routers installed at the edge of your networks.

(1)from any router , try to ping the other router, if there is a reply that means the leased line is connecting your networks.

(2) try to configure the default gateway, which is IP address of the network router, of a host. after that try to ping any host at other network.

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