I have a good one for you to chew on....
I currently have a WAN using PTP T1's to 3 remote offices, about a 75 mile haul on 2, 10 on the 3rd. I run EMHR (electronic medical health records)database, practice management, http, DNS, domain, etc, etc, plus VoIP (Cisco) over this WAN. You guessed it, I am in healthcare...
My boss just came to me and said. I want you to be prepared to meet with me next week and discuss Microwave. If we had it, how would we use it?
Here is my concern;
VoIP- QoS, latency
Remote access via internet/VPN, NAT
Any of you out there have any experience with this?
BTW, I use 2800 series Cisco routers at all locations and am currently using DSL for Internet access.
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