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How to Link circuit from one ISP to a circuit from another ISP?

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Company Main facility uses primary ISP (Company A) in Atalanta GA.  Seventy five miles south of Atlanta is West Point where its only provider (Company B) provides a circuit to that satellite office.

Question is... how does one work with both ISP's to create a 'circuit' allowing the 7 folks in WestPoint to access the domain located in the Company Main Domain as if they were actually in the Company Main Faciltiy?  

Other than using 7 individual VPN circuits...   ISP for Company Main owns/houses/manages the firewall and the public IP addresses...


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The question is a little vague, but you could create a VPN between the the main facility in Atlanta and the site in West Point.  This VPN can carry traffic from West Point to all the other locations that are connected to the main facility by other providers.

Essentially you make Atlanta a hub for all the connections.

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>how does one work with both ISP's to create a 'circuit' allowing the 7 folks in WestPoint to access the domain located in the Company Main Domain as if they were actually in the Company Main Faciltiy?  

Create a "site-to-site" VPN. This will create a link between the two locations allowing all traffic.

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/vpn4.htm

>ISP for Company Main owns/houses/manages the firewall and the public IP addresses...

Well that can complicate things. If you don't manage the firewall (or router), you'll have to ask your ISP to configure that end of the link. But if that's the way they offer their service, it shouldn't be new to them.
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