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Networking 2 Buildings, each with their own ADSL connection

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I have a network in our main office. We have a bldg further up the road from us. I currently have a 'leased' line between them (I work for the phone comp) - no problem, ppl from other bldg are on our office network, but they also use our internet connection. I want to setup their own internet connection so they don't steal our bandwidth. But I want them to be able to access our domain servers. How do I set this up? I want the other bldg to be able to log into the domain, but I want their internet traffic to go through their own conenction, not our office one. I also want the remote bldg to have DHCP so thet if someone plugs in a laptop, they'll have access to all the resources as well, without having to enter a static Ip address everytime. How do I setup DHCP to assign the remote bldg an IP, yet have their gateway point to their internet connection - but I don't want the office PC's to obtain an ip meant for the remote site since the gateway info will be wrong. ??? I've been playing with some routers and routing tables... is there an easier way (without having to set up a multi homed PC to do DHCP and routing) I want the easiest way!
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