Question: We currently have a flat network between seven schools in our school division using LANSPAN. Their is only one router in the network at our Central Office where all Internet traffic comes through. Now, fibre technology has been added to all schools with a router in place at each school. All schools need to be able to continue to communicate with each other as they are part of one domain, with the main server (Server 2003 environment) being housed at our Central Office. What is the easiest way to maintain communication between all schools in our school divisions network given the addition of these routers? Can I just configure these new routers at each school to point to the router at our Central Office. Will this do it or is there something more I need to do?
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