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How to configure two independent ADSL lines using Cisco 1841 Router and WIC-1B-S/T-V3 module

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We were advised to get a Cisco 1841 router with WIC-1B-S/T-V3 module to use two ADSL lines, both static IP. It was configured externally by another company to utilise a VPN with a secure data centre. We require one ADSL line to be used for this and the second for our e-mail and internet access. I cannot seem to get the WIC module to work and so currently the e-mail/internet traffic is routed through a second external router (Zyxel 652R). This is temperamental so want to use the 1841 to best effect. Unfortunately I am at a very basic level in this area so please be as simple as possible
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by:devangshroff
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two wan link will be not possible .
buy a UTM
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by:aardvark7
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I was coming to the conclusion myself, although Cisco were no help whatsoever, that the module supplied is not suitable for ADSL.
Am I correct in my understanding?
If so, the supplier is about to be torn off a strip!
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WIC-1B-S/T-V3  is used for ISDN and not for ADSL
u need to buy ADSL card
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by:aardvark7
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Thanks for the confirmation. Once installed, is the configuration straightforward to route the two types of traffic to the particular lines: data centre traffic down the VPN on one ADSL line and internet browsing and e-mail down the other?
I presume it is a matter of denying one service in one line and denying everything else down the other.
I would be grateful to know if I'm on the right track!
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by:aardvark7
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I could have done with a configuration after the correct card is acquired but am grateful for the confirmation that the opinion I had reached privately was correct
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