We are planning to add a vendor provided MPLS circuit connecting two sites. The "D" site is headquarters and the "H" site is the remote site. (See attached generic diagram.)
The MPLS circuit will be 100Mb w/QOS.
We would like to place the DNS/DHCP, WiFi, Printer, and VOIP servers in location D. The firewall that connects the public side is also located in location D.
In location H, we will place the wifi APs, printers, PCs, and cisco voip handsets.
Any problems seen about this idea? Any suggestions about better solutions for a limited budget?
Thanks in advance for your input.