Configuring Multiple Internet Access Points

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We currently have a hub and spoke topology where all nine remote sites come back to HQ for Internet and server access. We have one site that uses about 60% of out Internet bandwidth, so we decided to drop a dedicated T1 Internet line at this site for this site's use only - all other sites will continue to come back to HQ for Internet and server access. We need to be able to configure the Cisco 1700 series router and the Windows 2000 clients at the site with the new T1 Internet circuit, so that all clients use the dedicated T1 for Internet access, but still come back to HQ for seerver access. We have dedicated point to point T1's at all of our remote sites coming back to HQ and use a private network (10.x.x.x) addressing scheme. Thanks for your assistance.

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What NOS are you using? And are you not using ISA? Iam just trying to get the sense that you are trying to put accross. Maybe if you can explain the use of the server for those remote users,if you want to change the internet connectivity. Are you using ISA

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Newton
PS:Just trying to understand where you are coming from in this situation.I see you’re using a Class A address

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  • Guardian
    What NOS are you using? And are you not using ISA? Iam just trying to get the sense that you are trying to put accross. Maybe if you can explain the use of the server for those remote users,if you want to change the internet connectivity. Are you using ISA Regards Newton PS:Just trying to understand where you are coming from in this situation.I see you're using a Class A address
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  • Bobkberg
    A couple of things come to mind. 1) Have the cisco 1700 set up with static routes for your HQ, and a default route pointing to the extra T-1. The workstations will build a routing table quickly enough. 2) Has this site's Internet traffic been analyzed to make sure that it's legitimate business? People listening to the radio over the Internet can suck up a lot of bandwidth. Bob
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