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IPO Routing

IPO Routing

IPO Routing

If you have a 3 site IPO network where site A is linked to sites B and C using WAN3 PPP over  leased lines, with no line between B and C how do sites B and C receive the small community networking data from each other.
Do they see each other directly over the network or is data learned by Site A then passed on

RE: IPO Routing

Site A would have a VPN line to B and C
C and B would have a single line pointing to A
You can configure each site to have a VPN line to each site, but you may find that one site drops of sometimes.
A informs all other sites of activity at the other sites

RE: IPO Routing

Why do you say the sites might drop off, any reason you couldnt ping from B to C, if you have the routes for the networks will it route thru A as A has routes to both B and C

RE: IPO Routing

There has been a ongoing issue with SCN, you MUST nominate 1 master site. As I said this site must have lines to each remote site. Each remote site having only 1 line to the central site.

I posted a question in a post a couple weeks ago. Have a look at the post "BIG PROBLEM WITH SMALL COMM NETWORKING"

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