WAN setup help.

Derek Ragona derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed Apr 12 13:50:04 UTC 2006

You need to first figure out how you will connect these locations.  You can 
connect them peer-to-peer using leased lines (T-1's or fractional T-1's), 
or use standard broadband internet connections (DSL, or cable) and create 
VPN connections between the locations.  You need to figure out connectivity 


At 02:08 AM 4/12/2006, Marwan Sultan wrote:
>Hello Gurus,
>   I have a Head Office, and have 2 Restaurants in diffrent areas,
>   I have been told that i can link them all together, WAN. them.
>   Can please someone explain to me how to do that? all to be as a one 
> network.
>   I understand that I need router in each branch, including the HQ but, 
> what is the router?
>   can FreeBSD configured to be this router?
>   how to link all of them Together?
>   Thank you for your support.
>   Marwn Sultan.
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