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Multiple sites MCK units. Can 2-sites link to each other.

Multiple sites MCK units. Can 2-sites link to each other.

Multiple sites MCK units. Can 2-sites link to each other.

Customer has MCK6000 EXTender which connects to main site MCK6000 Gateway via IP through Internet.
Site B has MCK7000 EXTender which connects to main site MCK7000 Gateway via point-to-pont T1.
Is it possible to connect both MCK Extenders together at the rmeote sites and then have one remote site connect back to the main office?
Has anyone ever connected 3-sites together using Site C to connect to Site B and then have Site B connect directly back to Site A?
Site C would piggyback onto Site B via Aux LAN Port?
Any insight or assistance would be helpful.


RE: Multiple sites MCK units. Can 2-sites link to each other.

We too have three sites in our setup. We have E-6000's at each location. When we first did the setup, I had one 12 port gateway, and an 8 port extender at each branch (using 6 and 6). The main office was connected to the first branch via point to point T1, and the second branch was just an internet VPN between the 2 branches.

Not sure if that is what you are looking for, but it worked for us.

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