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Connect Two Cisco Routers using SHDSL-V2 WICS

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I have two Cisco 3745 routers and I wish to connect these two routers via an analogue lease line using SHDSL-V2 WICS. (Head Office to Remote Branch) We have been succesfull in testing communication over this 4 wire analogue line using 2 SDSL modems and have got up to 2mb line speeds. (Hopefully we can even get up to 4mb lines speeds). I would like to be able to route both data and voice packets across this line.

Could someone please provide me with a working configuration for both Cisco routers?

Thank you.

Jeshurun
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Here is a very basic router config.  It assumes that you are using a serial interface, campus environment vs. Internet, that your ISP is providing a fixed IP address and that you don't have to authenticate to your ISP.  I'm not sure how the SHDSL-V2 WICS shows up in your configuration.

- If the connection is to the Internet rather than a campus environment, you will need to have VPN capable software and set up a VPN tunnel between the two sites.

- If authentication is needed you will need a "dialer" configuration added to do the authentication to the ISP

- If there are other routers/Internet connections, additional routing will be required.

Send more information on the connection type and what the ISP provided you.

Very basic router configuration:

hostname myrouter
!
enable secret xxxx
!
ip subnet-zero
!
interface serial0/0
 ip address w.x.y.z  255.255.255.252   ! ISP provides this
!
ip unnumbered FastEthernet0/0  ! need different networks for each site
 ip address 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0
!
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 a.b.c.d  ! ISP provides this as gateway address or next-hop router
!
line con 0
 password xxxx
line aux 0
 password xxxx
line vty 0 4
 password xxxx
!
end
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