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how to use opnet to simulate a wide area network design

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I am designing a WAN for a client. I have VSAT internet connectivity at all location. I am planning to configure a VPN to link all to head office. How do I use Opnet to simulate and choose the most efficient design?  What indices do I measure?
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I have gone to the URL but still not satisfactory. I think I need step by step procedure for simulating LAN/WAN, how  to connect equipment together, what symbol if using VSAT connectivity for the internet connection and want to configure a Site-to-site VPN. we have over 30 offices to link
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