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Dear experts,
                       we have one office where we have 20 systems having windows xp , and windows server 2003 , with adsl 2mb line ,we are extending our branches and want to connet our this main head office with them. in this regard kindly help me
1)  i want to connect my branch office with our head office how can i do that? kindly guide me step by step and kindly also list  all the necessary equipments i need to do this.
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benhansonCommented:
There are many many options.  Wireless:  How far away is the branch office.  Wired:  How far away is the branch office?  What kind of comm services can you get?  How much is a T1 to that location?  Is a dry pair possible?  Does any provider offer TLS(Ethernet over telco infrastructure)?  What is the cost?  What speed internet to 2nd site?  Do you require that all traffic go out the same gateway?
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sanjeevkmrsAuthor Commented:
1)Kindlt clear me the term T1 AND T2 ?
2) MY one branch office is across the road , around 500 meters, and the traffic is very conjusted on road .branch office is having a adsl connection of 2 mb
3) My another branch is located very far from our head office can say about 250 km. my this branch office is also having 2 mb connection of adsl.
    kindly suggest me the best possible ways to connect both the sites .
regards


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benhansonCommented:
A T1 is generally a leased copper circuit with speeds up to 1.5Mb/s, usually terminated to a CSU/DSU.  I don't think a T2 exists, but a T3 is a similar concept with speeds up to 45Mb/s.  Basically you lease a copper circuit from point a to point b, and your telco/ISP/communications provider guarantees a clean signal over that copper circuit.

What kind of speed do you need?  What will your WAN links be used for?(What type/volume of data will be transferred between your central and branch offices?)
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sanjeevkmrsAuthor Commented:
who provide this T1 AN T2 ?
we use to copy some files about 10 gb from branch office to head office  server
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benhansonCommented:
T1 is usually provided by a Telephone company, or internet service provider, depending on where you are.  10GB is pretty substantial amount of data over slow links.  How fast do you need the transfers to happen?  Are they happening every day?
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