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Hello,

I have three offices that will have a Managed Internet Service (T1) and will be establishing a VPN over to my main office where our servers are at. Now, the main office has DSL and I do not think this going to give me the most speeds because I have DSL at my main site. I want to confirm this is true and what speeds would be recommended for three T1s coming into main site?

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nimdatx
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Three T1s would be about 4.5mbps aggregated.  If all three sites are connecting and passing full traffic to the DSL site, to allow for IPSec encryption overhead, I'd probably look for the DSL site to be able to handle 5mbps, if that's what you're asking.
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