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Creating a dsl connection between two networks

Creating a dsl connection between two networks

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Hi Everyone!,
  I'm not sure if this is the correct forum but:
I'm trying to connect two lan's together. I have one lan which is the home office where servers and NAS's etc. are located.
  I have another lan that gets setup and torn down depending on where the network is needed (this network follows a construction crew which is usually away from typical network services i.e cable. The crew stays on site for 5 to 15 days then tears down and rebuilds at the next site.) This 'Mobile Network' is supported by a cisco router which supports 4 vlan's two of which are currently being used. Attached to the router is a Kyero Cera(sp, we hate it) box with the PCMCIA dsl card attached. It calls back into verizon and they provice I'net. It's working but the throughput is limited.
  Also, we have a NAS attached in the Mobile Network that supports all the data serving for the Mobile Network.
  I would like to move the NAS to the Home Office and keep it there permanently but provide attachment to it and the i'net through my home office network.
  Any suggestions on how to do that and have the mobile network remain mobile?

Thanks so much for your help with this,

Lamar Washington

 

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