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Cisco 1700 and 828

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hello there,
Just want to know if I can connect:
Cisco 828 G.SHDSL port TO Cisco 1700 WAN G.SHDSL ?

Would it work through a private wire.
if NO, is there any router that will allow me to connect to 828 that will have 2 G.SHDSL ports ?
The 3700 is a bit expensive.

Sorry about the points, it just cause I don't have enogh : )

thanx,
moe_740
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by:fatlad
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In short no to both your questions, the Cisco routers are designed to connect to a DSLAM at the telco's central office. You could try point to point connection kits from net to net http:www.nettonet.com they are designed just for this (althought they act at layer 2 and so will not route between subnets).
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I'm sure  that we can connect the 828 cisco through DSAL (we have already installed it in another location), but I'm looking for a router that will have 2 G.SHDSL ports (which will connect 2 sites to 1), unless if I get 4 cisco 828 routers !!! all 3 locations will be in the same subnet (no many users).





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Don't I feel the thicky! So sorry, I was totally and utterly wrong in my first post, check out http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk175/tk274/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080135834.shtml
 for instructions to do exactly what you are after. The 1700 series would probably be sufficient with two G.SHDSL WICs and and Ethernet port for your central office and the 828s at the branch.

It may be easier to split the networks into three subnets to prevent broadcast traffic taking up your precious WAN traffic, it would be quite easy to configure, static defaults at the branches and static routes at the centre. Will make troubleshooting easier as well as you can tell where a machine is by its IP address.

Regards

FatLad
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by:moe_740
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I think 4 x 828 cisco routers will do the job.
thank you for replying your thoughts.


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