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I have a network with two routers with different IP addresses. One of the routers is for Internet access and the other makes a VPN connection to another location. What should I do in order to allow a PC with Windows 2000/XP to access both locations (Internet and VPN) at the same time since Windows...
we have cisco 2800 series router,L3 catalyst 3750 series and watchguard (firewall) and that is connect to L2 switches. But when we connect to router flapping occurs, now we connected to firewall it works fine. please rectify this problem