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How do i connect two different locations using ISDN line and router

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hi,

I want to connect two different location through router and ISDN Line
I got ISDN line already in both the place
What router i can purchase (cost effective and efficient)?
Is there any specific configuration i have to make to connect both the network?
Both location have switche and three computers each

please advise me of somthing to carry on


regards

PARAM
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This is not a 50 point question.  Configuring routers for ISDN is seriously complicated.  Check out Cisco routers.  they are good and lots of people know how to configure them, but they are expensive.

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if security is not concern then u can look for low cost router and ask vendor it self to configure and give u back uhave to supply ur ISDn detail but later u can change all passwaord  for router once it start working
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