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Do you use one or more service providers to provide connectivity to your WAN? Is it worth the extra cost to have redundancy from multiple partners, or is this just throwing money down the drain?
Hi, I would like to know the best way to setup a WAN. We have 4 small companies and one main Head quarter. 2 companies are in one city and 2 are in another city. Below is the detail on what each site has. HQ(head quarter)- HP Mail Server (HP ML350) - Win 2003 Server + Exchange Server...
A company has 50 computers and 5 servers’ dells with graphics design separated in three different floors VLAN has been used to separate 4 different departments, which WAN technology is the best to connect the company to the internet and stuff can connect to the company server from home. That is...