I work in an environment where the US dictates our WAN link and they also route our connection through the US, therefore our latency is very high making the internet experience quite poor. I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice in regards to integrating one or more high speed ADSL connections into our LAN. This of course would have to be done semi-secretly.
What I don't know is:
How can I stop internet traffic looking to the corporate router, and instead look to an ADSL gateway?
How can I ensure that Intranet traffic would continue to flow through the corporate router?
How would I ensure applications such as SAP would continue to look to the coporate router?
One of the restrictions is that I do not have access to the config of the coporate router. Is this stuff possible? We are using an MPLS service provided by Orange \ Equant and for 50 users we have a 2MB link and it is slow!!!
Does anyone have any advice or some other suggestions I could investigate further?
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