I have attached a sample canned diagram, mainly because I have no diagramming tools at my present location.
Phase one, we are considering using MPLS with no vpn for two of our sites: CE2 and CE1 (see diagram).
I am not exactly sure how to describe what we need but here goes....
We would like the MPLS circuit to be completely transparent to the existing networks/vlans at both locations. For example, a printer on VLAN1050 (at both locations) may be used for printing by personnel at either location. Another way to state this desire, the MPLS connection is so transparent that a new employee at location CE1 could add and print to a printer at location CE2 as if the printer was down the hall from the new employee at location CE1.
Another goal would be to set up location CE2 (in construction phase) with the exact same VLANS and subnetting. Location CE2 employee #777 could travel to location CE1 connect the to an office data jack with their CE2 office laptop and print to her preset configured printers in CE2 without any further configuration as if this person never left the CE2 location.
All personnel would "see" all authorized shared files and in all locations (more than two locations as we grow MPLS).
Note: All customer site MPLS equipment will be managed by the ISP and not configurable by the customer.
Thanks in advance.
What would we have to do to make these scenarios work as described?