How to connect two separate Branch Office networks together?

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Branch Office networks
Network administration
Network architecture
Network design
Static IP address
Windows Server 2003
What is the good and easy way to approach solve the problem of connecting two networks based in two different branches.What are the requirements that I need to furnish and make my small office to be a good highfy company .We run a development in the other branch and need to be connected for further sharing of files to and fro. we run 2003 server with static IP and the other is a phone line modem security issues and flexibility to work and easiest way in low cost pls anybody can help me step by step to do this . it would be the greatest appreciation.

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Hello,this ali

To answer your question we need more specific information regarding your setup. What type of files you want to share. Weather sharing is required from both side or only one sided. Also mention the number of clients available on both sides which require sharing.

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  • Exwindows
    As my friend Ali told you we need more information for your network But i will tell you if you need to connect your to office then you need 1.Router(any product) for static routing and connecting two different network 2.leased line or VPN may implement from this to network 3.You need a ISP conection for both end 4.Even you could implement a firewall for your network.and with use of two hardware firewall you could make a VPN for both end
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  • Fazz
    As a network architect you are charged with the design of infrastructure for secure and fast connection amongst your company’s offices in los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami. LA and Chicago offices have constant but low-bandwidth communications around the clock. Chicago and Miami offices have bursty but high-bandwidth communications during normal business hours. Miami and LA offices have constant and high-bandwidth communications between 3pm and 6pm PST. What technology and services will you recommend and why?
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  • Chippy088
    @Fazz Homework for CCNA?
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  • Alkoheily
    how i can connect with computers on my wireless network ? also how i can protect my pc from wireless hacking?
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  • Dabula
    Hi, What should be the best way to connect 4 offices together. They have a domain and would like to register students online. They are currently running Windows Server 2003 with AD in each branch. The main database should be stored in the headquarters. Thanks
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  • APCGary
    Hi have you ever considered Motorola Point to Pont wirless products? its far cheaper in the long run than having a leased line
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  • mirwaiskhan
    I want to connect two branches that can share files from both side without using internet.
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