How to configure two Cisco 2600 routers

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Branch Office networks
Cisco 2600
Cisco router configuration
Cisco Routers
DSL
Exchange Server
Network design
Router configuration
Routing and switching
Hi, we have two Cisco 2600 routers, one deployed in our main office and the other in our remote site. We also have two DSL connections. We have our Exchange server in main office. Q1. How to configure the two router to use the 2 DSL connections that we have? Q2. How to route our exchange server to pass through connection 1? Q3. How to route our HTTP to pass through in connection 2?
ASKED: February 3, 2009  9:14 AM
UPDATED: June 24, 2013  6:30 PM

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Terminate 2 DSL links on different-different two routers. Then configure PPPoe encapsulation on both links and configure default route on both routers to your both ISPs. At a certain amount, ur traffic will come inside in ur premises. But ur traffic will not advertise from 1 ISP to 2 ISP.

Thanks & Regards,
Bhupendra Singh

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  • mshen
    Sounds like these are not setup in your locations. Is that correct? Or do you have the DSL connections setup, but need a VPN between the offices?
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  • Killerj
    You can build a VPN between the sites using the first DSL connection and default all other Internet traffic out the second. If you need detailed assistance with the deployment drop me a line for a bid. www.ketchumits.com
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  • Santucci44
    I would say to setup the pppoe encapsulation with the proper dialer-pool and dialer-group configured. You'll need to implement Port Address Translation, IPsec, ISAKEMP, crypto maps for your interesting traffic and such. There is a decent amount of configuration to go into that little task, so if you're not familiar with the cisco cli, you might be better off hiring someone to do it right.
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