This is probably networking 101 but I've been out of the game on this type of setup for too long.
I am trying to find the best way for 2 networks to communicate with each other at the fastest speed.
Here is the setup:
Cisco RV110W VPN Router - Static Public IP 1 - Local network is on 10.0.0.1/255.255.255.0
SBS handles local DHCP
Cisco RVS4000 VPN Router - Static Public IP 2 - Local network is on 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0
Router handles local DHCP
The 2 public IPs are on the same subnet (255.255.255.248) - ie. plugged into our Cable Modem all in one location. Just to clarify, the VPN routers are literally sitting right next to each other.
Currently I have a VPN setup using the public ip addresses and everything works like I want it to - BUT - the speeds when transferring data are 100KB
Is there a better way to get faster speeds and/or do you think I have done something wrong?
** I'd rather not make any DHCP or Static IP changes since both networks are currently working properly but if we have to, we can.
*** At this point, there is NO concern with local security so no need to worry about that.
Please let me know if you need additional info - I'm leaving out all the stuff that I think is irrelevant but maybe it is ;-)